In partnership with Xavier Project, YARID's computer training center reconnects refugees to their community and offers classes in computer operating systems, Microsoft Office, mobile technology, and social media (Twitter & Facebook).
Vocational trainings in tailoring and craft making support
refugee women to learn a new technical skill that will carry them forward into self-sufficiency through selling handcrafted products and tailored clothing in Kampala markets.
Through sports, YARID encourages youth to live a healthy lifestyle by organizing soccer games for physical activity and teaching life skills such as peace building and conflict resolution.
Speaking English is necessary for a urban refugees living in Kampala, Uganda to successfully integrate into society. YARID offers English classes from non-literate to advanced levels. The Bridge to Formal Education project supports primary school children to access formal education by supporting their families to become more self-sufficient.
Young African Refugees for Integral Development
SERVING URBAN REFUGEES in kampala, uganda, SINCE 2008