Zubabox - Transforming Refugees Lives Through ICT
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Give refugees a chance to access online tools to build a livelyhood

Over 170,000 people live in Kakuma Refugee camp, fleeing devastating wars and conflicts in their countries. Most of them will never go back and live all their lives on the camp. Others would leave after 30 years of being excluding from the modern world. They have no access to technology or ways to build a future. Through the ZubaBox - a solar powered digital learning centre - they can access courses and learn skills online to improve their lives and build their future. From teaching to business online tuition, the ZubaBox would empower refugees and give them hope for a better tomorrow.

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