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Since 2015, Kiron has been dedicated to providing refugees and underserved communities with free access to high-quality education This commitment stems from the recognition that forcibly displaced individuals often face obstacles in accessing education and employment, which can impede their efforts to rebuild their lives and leave them vulnerable to poverty. Through our programs, we seek to equip refugees with the skills they need to access and thrive in the job market.
Through our virtual learning platform, Kiron Campus, refugees can engage in self-paced certification courses and earn micro-credentials from renowned educational providers. Learners can also access language learning, mentoring, and upskilling programs to prepare them for the job market. 100, 000 students have passed through Kiron Campus’ virtual doors since its inception.
Currently, Kiron maintains offices in both Germany and Jordan and collaborates with a network of NGOs and partners to facilitate local learning initiatives. These initiatives are designed to advance refugee employment, foster social mobility, and promote integration within the community.