About us

KI4BLI is a registered community based organization, founded and led by young refugee resident of Kalobeyei settlement, it was founded in 2018 with aim to use power of education to transform lives of refugees, we are working in 4 sectors as follows 1. Education we offer professional and life skills to youth that helps them to make changes in their communities such as peace building, Social Entrepreneurship and Childhood education through the improve child education program 2. Livelihood we empower women with financial education and introduce them to VSLA for their self reliance, we provide graduating ICT skills and create digital livelihood for students also offer digital skills using Smartphone to youth that create job opportunities such as graphic design, digital marketing, etc 3. community Health we provide SRH skills and services to adolescents both boys and girls. 4. Protection we promote and advocate for inclusion in the community for children, people with disability and Gender Balance, also educate the community about their right and Complain Handling System means how to report in a safe way though outreach. Vision: End dependence though education Mission: Providing scalable skills for decent work and sustainable community development.

Annual Operating Budget: 40,000 USD

Annual Beneficiary Reach: 800

Our Partnerships

Our Current Funding Partners

Cohere (Xavier Project), Amala Education, Humanity and Inclusion (HI)

Previous Funding Partners

Amala Education Cohere Donbosco Technical Institute

Our Network Affiliations

RLON, , Global Refugee Led network, East Africa RLON, R-seat

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

KI4BLI is serving both refugees and Host community based in kalobeyei ward and settlement, we have transformed 1200 beneficiaries to date thought our various projects.

Other Operating Locations

Kalobeyei Settlement and Kakuma refugee camp

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