The Borderless Higher Education for Refugees (BHER) Project is a development project housed in the Faculty of Education at York University in Toronto, Canada. While the project is housed at York, BHER is a consortium of universities and non-governmental organization working together to bring university education to refugees and displaced and war-affected local populations in Dadaab, Kenya. We provide equitable, inclusive, gender sensitive and culturally responsive university programs in situ to refugees and locals in Dadaab, Kenya. Drawing on the expertise of Canadian and Kenyan universities, BHER specifically responds to the urgent need for trained teachers and community educators in the refugee encampments of Dadaab, Kenya, one of the world’s largest protracted refugee situations. BHER undertakes the challenge of helping refugee and local teachers, as well as those interested in community education, to earn internationally recognized credentials that will allow them to put into practice their earned knowledge and skills in Dadaab, in Somalia, or any other country they relocate. The BHER Project believes that the provision of quality education will contribute to the conditions for justice, sustainability, and peace in Kenya, Somalia, and the surrounding Eastern and Central African region.