Windle Trust International award scholarships to youths and refugees in Sudan, Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia to study in Africa or UK. Windle Trust International is a registered UK charity based in the university city of Oxford, with offices also in Sudan, and sister organisations in Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia. The Trust’s work is funded by a wide range of donors and supported by universities and colleges in Britain and Africa.
Windle Trust International provides access to education and training for those affected by conflict in Africa. The Trust equip talented young Africans to meet the challenges of development in their own countries. The Trust’s activities include sponsoring study in schools, universities and colleges in Africa and in the United Kingdom, and intensive English programmes to enable refugees and others caught up in Africa’s conflicts to access training, employment and community leadership roles.
Windle Trust International work with over 50 universities and organisations. The Trust’s Activities include:
Sponsorship of refugees and internally displaced people at vocational institutes and universities in Kenya, Uganda, Sudan and Ethiopia.
English language teaching programmes in Kakuma and Dadaab refugee camps in Kenya. English is the language used in the schools and vocational training centres in these camps
Postgraduate sponsorship of refugees and internally displaced people from the Horn and East Africa at universities in the UK
For further information, contact.
Windle Trust International
37a Oxford Road, Cowley, Oxford, OX4 2EN, UK
Tel: +44 1865 712 900 | Fax: +44 1865 712 901 | E-mail: [email protected]
More information contact: Windle Trust International Scholarships
The Mission of Windle Trust International is to equip refugees and others affected by conflict in Africa to meet the challenges of development through providing access to education, training and employment both by direct programme activity and through the support of independent Trusts in Africa.
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