Burundian refugees in Kigali are improving their socio-economic situation thanks to a savings group.
Through savings & borrowing, over 50 members of Mpumuriza Savings Group have been able to pay school fees for their children or secure seed money to start a small business. https://t.co/cb8OvVdrKf
“I want to become a medical doctor so that I can help other children to get healthcare services.”
Thierry, a Congolese refugee child in Mugombwa shares his dream.
Refugee children like Thierry need to be supported to make their dreams come true | #WorldChildrensDay https://t.co/qg9n7cBw5y
Last month, 148 refugees in Mahama Camp received legal assistance from UNHCR and our partners
Counselling and legal representation form an important part of our protection response thanks to support from @eu_echo🇪🇺 https://t.co/PaZffFEh0g
🗣️ In conversation with refugee youth
From the struggles of getting an education to the importance of internet access
Read what refugee youth from Rwanda and the region envision for a better future | https://t.co/Tdh39uCD1u #unhcr
Today we opened 24 new classrooms at Amahoro College in Kiziba Camp alongside @RwandaEmergency @KarongiDistr @RwandaWest
The classrooms, library, ICT and science lab will reduce overcrowding & support the integration of refugees into the national education system 🙏 https://t.co/sMc2vkixHP
Kudos to @Nyamagabe for emerging as a champion in promoting green energy among refugee-hosting community
The district, which hosts over 14,000 refugees, was just announced as a grantee of the Global Cities Fund for Migrants and Refugees.
Thank you for standing #WithRefugees https://t.co/ZamD73nRxV
🔹The ability to start a business
🔹The opportunity to get married
🔹The chance to learn to drive
With his newly issued ID card, Mupenzi, a Congolese refugee who has been living in Rwanda for 26 years, can now access a range of national services
In October, more than 11,000 primary health care consultations were conducted in Mahama refugee camp. Medical care is available for both the refugee and host communities
UNHCR continues to strengthen basic health care systems in the camp thanks to generous support from Japan🇯🇵 https://t.co/Tg2OtTSUVC