2020 Ockenden Prize Finalists for Refugee Projects Announced.Winners will be declared by March 31, 2020.
‘Unlocking Girls’ and Boys’ Potential in Conflict-Affected Areas’ was nominated by the Washington-based Partnership to Strengthen Innovation and Practice in Secondary Education (PSIPSE), which helps to fund and promote the work of CIYOTA.
The Geutanyoë Foundation is focused on increasing access to basic services for refugees, especially health and education. Its ‘Homeschooling literacy project for Rohingya women and girls’ was launched in December 2017.
SOYDAVO is a non-profit NGO working to establish some social order in one of the most fragile societies on the planet with its ‘Livelihoods, Returnees and Reintegration for Somali Returnees and Migrants from Yemen’ project, which launched in November 2016
Unite Lebanon Youth's CHANGE project aids marginalised Palestinian refugees by providing access to higher education, allowing young people with the potential to develop in extreme circumstances, creating a lasting legacy for isolated Palestinian and Syrian refugees.
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