INVER

About us

The Initiative for Nurturing Vulnerable & Empowerment for Resilience(INVER) is a Refugee-led and oriented Community Based Organization(CBO) established in 2018 by refugees Youths to aid in supporting Refugees. INVER seeks to promote the resilience and psycho-social well-being of refugees in Kakuma refugee camp, Turkana County, Kenya, through programs focusing on enterprise development, Adult/children literacy, sexual and reproductive health, sports and social cohesion.

Annual Operating Budget: 10,120 USD

Annual Beneficiary Reach: 1,000

Our Partnerships

Our Current Funding Partners

Cohere, Humanity & Inclusion, Ubuntu Connection, Global Lighthouse Studios

Previous Funding Partners

Humanity & Inclusion, Global Lighthouse Studios, Young Changemakers International

Our Network Affiliations

Refugees-Led Organizations Network of Kenya(RELON-KENYA), Africa Refugees Network(ARN), Kakuma Refugees Initiatives Network(KRIN)

Optional Support Partner

Support Partners can play an optional role bridging various gaps between RLOs and their supporters around the world.

Additional Information

Our Community and beneficiaries

Initiative for Nurturing Vulnerable & Empowerment for Resilience(INVER) works to bridge the societal gaps that exist among Refugees community in Kakuma Refugee Camp. Our beneficiaries are Children, Youths, Women and Person with Disability within the camp set-up from different nationality backgrounds; Sudan, South Sudan, Somali, Congo, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi. So far we have reached over 4000 beneficiaries since the year 2018 when we had initiated our programs in Kakuma Refugee Camp.

Other Operating Locations

Kakuma 3 Zone 1 Block 12

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