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Short Video clips from our beneficiaries


Only 13% of primary school graduates in Dadaab Refugee Camp transition to secondary education. UNICEF, with funding from UKAID, is working with UNHCR and Windle International Kenya to support adolescents and youth in Dadaab refugee camp to achieve a complete cycle of basic education enabling them to become the professionals on which society depends; entrepreneurs and leaders, central to the reconstruction and development of home and host countries.

UNICEF, with UNHCR and Windle International Kenya, supports in and out of school adolescents and youth in Dadaab refugee camp to participate in co-curricular activities. The Sports for Peace programme is funded by UKAID giving adolescents and youth an opportunity to interact with each other across the ethnic groups in the refugee camps and host community, encouraging peaceful co-existence.

In Jan 18, 2011 A short video coverage of the testimony of the graduation luncheon for Dr. John Biar Anyieth, the Highland Foundation (UK) sponsored graduate in Kenya. He graduated from Moi University, Eldoret in Kenya with a bachelors degree in Medicine and Surgery on Friday, December 10th 2010. The reception was held at Windle International Kenya office in Nairobi.

August 6,2010 .A short video coverage of testimony of Diing, a beneficiary of the DDPuri Foundation Scholarship program in Kenya. The students graduated from from St. Mary's Teachers Training College in Bura Voi and Islamic Teachers Training College in Mombasa city in July 2010. The reception was at Windle International Kenya office in Nairobi city..