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Presentations at the ADUN III Colloquium

Engage with the two AHEEN presentations at ADUN III 21 April 2023: 1. The role of digital education and sports in strengthening refugees’ social-emotional well-being2. University students in refugee camps can be successful through contextualised design and support On 21 April 2023, AHEEN presented two papers at the 3rd African Digital University Network (ADUN III) …

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Read the blog post: In search of peace – refugees’ perspectives on peace A new research award to AHEEN – PEACE BUILDING THROUGH HIGHER EDUCATION IN EMERGENCIES In this project we aim to empower youth in protracted and acute conflict settings to participate in bringing about constructive change at the local level using our pedagogical …


Community Interpreting Diploma Flyer

The University of Nairobi – Centre for Translation and Interpretation offers a Diploma in Community Interpreting. This is a professional course designed to train Community Interpreters to international standards so they can respond to the rising market in Africa, especially since the number of migrants requiring multicultural interaction has increased drastically in recent years.Download the Flyer:* …

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Entrepreneurship Diploma Flyers

Moi University School of Business Economics launched its brand-new diploma course in Entrepreneurship. The programme aims at developing Learners within the context of higher education to provide learners with practical integrated knowledge, attributes and capabilities required in setting up and growing new entrepreneurial ventures. Download the Flyer:* Brochure for the Diploma in Entrepreneurship    

EIE Diploma Flyers

The University of Nairobi – Faculty of Education launches its brand-new 4-semester diploma course in Education in Emergencies (EiE). Are you a teacher?This Diploma is for practicing teachers – who may not have no formal teacher training.Women, persons with disabilities, person from all refugee communities and ethnicities and marginalized groups are encouraged to apply.Download the …

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The series of 9 Augmented Webinars aims to develop digital pedagogy capacity for preparing curricula and syllabi for teaching in emergency contexts. Follow the link to the resource document and the ADUN website to access all multi-media resources. The webinar series also serves as a self-paced course for higher education faculty teaching virtually in fragile …


AHEEN Research Statement

PAR is all about research for social change. This approach supports the development of skills and makes refugees and IDPs more employable; communities benefit as the knowledge created collaboratively helps solve their own problems, and the solutions generated will be more readily adopted broadly as the community has worked on identifying and creating them.  To …

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UNHCR commissions AHEEN for research on education for urban refugees & asylum seekers in Kenya

AHEEN members and our refugee researchers embark on a comprehensive assessment on access, participation and completion of education for refugees and asylum seekers residing in urban areas in Kenya. As the operational context has shifted and the inclusion of refugee learners in national service delivery gathers momentum, while the medium- to long-term economic effects of …

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AUGMENTED WEBINAR SERIES Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy, and sustainable human development Kofi Annan Overview Digital content is not innocent. Behind the seemingly wonderful videos, presentations and documents lie a (mostly) invisible world of usability and accessibility. In this augmented webinar …

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