Displaced individuals

The Speed School program transitions out-of-school children in Ethiopia and Liberia into local schools through an innovative pedagogy and intensive instruction calendar that covers the first three years of the national curriculum in just one year.
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Operating 20 early childhood development centers near the western shore of Lake Victoria, Tumaini Letu remains the only organization to provide holistic ECD services to vulnerable children in the Kagera region of Tanzania.
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NaTakallam (“we speak” in Arabic) pairs displaced Syrians with Arabic learners around the world, providing affordable intercultural and language exchange for through information and communications technology.
Making the dreams of vulnerable children become a reality via education, empowerment and sound mentorship.
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Kuepa provides affordable online and real-world classes to help low-income individuals in Latin America and the US complete GED, vocational, and technical skills programs.
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Little Ripples is a comprehensive early childhood education program, specifically designed for young children in Darfur refugee camps in Eastern Chad.
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Anandadhara is an educational resource center to ensure that children develop into citizens of today and tomorrow after receiving practiced, qualitative, and equitable tailor-made education.
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Building Trust International's MOVINGschools serve displaced refugee and migrant communities on the Thai-Burmese border.
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Unnati, a program on youth empowerment and social transformation, is recurring throughout the year with new batches of youth in the age group between 18 and 25, rigorously trained in soft and life skills, values, spoken English, and computer skills, and placed in leading corporations and companies.
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