Since 2009, the UBC Faculty of Education has been working with Kenya’s Moi University and the Dadaab refugee camp in North-Eastern Kenya to develop and implement a teacher education program for secondary school teachers in the Dadaab settlement. The aim of the project is to raise teaching standards at the camp, enhance the lives of young students, and offer opportunities for students and their family’s future. Currently, UBC Professors teach UBC Courses at Kenyatta University Dadaab Campus as part of the teacher education Dadaab project. Follow Dadaab Secondary Education website from here.
The Borderless Higher Education for Refugees Project aims at providing educational programs to refugees who are in need. BHER together with York University, Moi University, University of British Columbia and many other partner organizations currently work in Dadaab refugee camp; the world’s biggest refugee camp to offer teacher education diploma to refugee teachers at Kenyatta University, Dadaab Campus. To learn more about BHER visit here