The Centreity team has been active in the field since 2010 and has constructed every element of a connected learning ecosystem -- from lab layout, procurement, logistics, and contingency planning to designing, building and supporting high quality connected learning.
The University of British Columbia and Moi University (Eldoret, Kenya) are partnering to offer a Moi Diploma in Secondary Teacher Education. In addition to the university diploma program, we have an ongoing long-term research project around living, learning, and teaching in the camps, led by faculty members in the Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy.
An engineering course provided by another US institution, Purdue University, is also available. Classroom sessions are held in a computer lab funded by UNHCR and run by the non-governmental organization CARE International.
Mosaik Education is a that non-profit helps refugees in Jordan and Lebanon to reach university. We do this through developing open language skills and academic guidance programmes that address key barriers refugees face. All of our programmes are designed with refugees and use technology to make them accessible. Mosaik is currently funded by UKAid and Open Society Foundations.
Since 2015, Kiron has been offering free online learning opportunities to refugees and underserved communities. We believe that education can change lives, transform communities, and build bridges. That’s why we created the online learning platform Kiron Campus, so we can ensure that our students receive free access to high-quality education for academic, professional and personal growth.
SNHU GEM provides US accredited bachelor's degrees and pathways to employment for those that would otherwise not have access, including refugees and those affected by displacement. GEM currently serves over 1,000 students and graduates in Kenya, Lebanon, Malawi, Rwanda, and South Africa, with 98% on track to graduate in 4 years and graduates making double their university-educated peers according to an independent study.
Education for Humanity at Arizona State University works in collaboration with humanitarian organizations to provide post-secondary education through tech-enabled solutions that support refugee learners and local communities affected by displacement.
Jesuit Worldwide Learning (JWL) provides equitable, high quality tertiary learning to people and communities at the margins of societies - be it through poverty, location, lack of opportunity, conflict or forced displacement - so all can contribute their knowledge and voices to the global community of learners and together foster hope to create a more peaceful and humane world.
The Community Mobilization in Crisis project, works to enhance the resilience and strength of refugee and host communities in Lebanon, as well as marginalized communities elsewhere, through community mobilization, a process that builds community through participatory, sustained initiatives where community members plan, carry out, and evaluate projects to meet their needs and improve their wellbeing.