Close this search box.

Photo Credit: Kepler


Kepler opens pathways for marginalized African youth, fostering employment and poverty alleviation. Our unique model blends in-person, online, and on-the-job learning with critical support, equipping students with 21st-century job readiness skills and inspiring them as leaders. 

Since 2013, Kepler has served over 7,400 underserved youth, with 25% being refugees. Over the past decade, Kepler has expanded its programming in Rwanda and Ethiopia. Kepler has also launched several programs, including a post-secondary school preparatory program and a graduate employment initiative to upskill TVET graduates. Their bachelor’s degree programs boast over 90% employment rates for both refugees and members of the host communities. 

Having earned accreditation as a higher education institution in Rwanda in 2022, Kepler now proudly provides both locally and internationally accredited degree programs, marking a significant stride in empowering marginalized African youth with education and opportunities for a brighter future.

Scroll to Top