RAI focuses on 2 key areas

 1. Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)

 2. Education and Livelihoods (EduLives)

30%

of refugee girls start childbearing before they turn

19

 SRH

is a program that aims to increase reproductive health knowledge and promote use of family planning among adolescents and young people (14 to 18 years), in order to reduce adolescent pregnancy and HIV infections.

adolescents completed our ASRH curriculum

1,458

161

girls received referrals to access reproductive Health Services

246

adults trained in effectively communicating with the youth

100

Peer educators trained

5,000

adolescents reached through peer education 

 

of refugee youth and children are out-of-school 

55%

Our Education & Livelihoods program aims to promote sustainable economic independence and functional literacy among refugees youth in Kakuma.

EduLives

1,600

completed English courses

681

gained functional literacy

90

joined Village Savings and Loan Association

375

completed vocational education in Hairdressing and Tailoring

&

231

Are entrepreneurs or employed already