Resilience Action International

About us

Resilience Action International is an organization founded and run by refugees. Ten years and counting, we continue to empower the refugee youth to fulfill their potential and enable them to transform their lives by providing vocational education, economic empowerment, and reproductive health services. Resilience Action (formerly SAVIC) was founded in the Kakuma Refugee Camp in 2010 and is registered as an NGO in Kenya.

Annual Operating Budget: 180,000 USD

Annual Beneficiary Reach: 4,500

Our Partnerships

Our Current Funding Partners

1. Segal Family Foundation 2. One World Children's Funds 3. Ibis Research 4. Ipas 5. Jesuit Worldwide Learning. 6. We Care Solar (We Share solar) 7. Livelihood for Impact

Previous Funding Partners

1. Rose stone Foundation 2. John and Mary Fraklin Foundation 3. Anderson Rodgers Foundation 4. Feed the Minds 5.Jewel and Lotus 6. Computer Aid International 7.Gered Gereedschap, Netherlands 8. IDEATION World 9. Accounting for International Development

Our Network Affiliations

1. We Lead

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

Resilience Action International Serves and represents the refugee community, our main focus is on refugee youths. Thus far, RAI has reached over 16,000 beneficiaries

Other Operating Locations

Other than the Kakuma Refugee camp in Kenya, RAI also have initiatives in Tanzania's Nyarugusu camp.

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