Refugee designers weave fabric magic - Innovation @ E2Expo
Updated : November 2020
Building a new life to refugee people through textile manufacturing
RefuSHE specializes in identifying and protecting unaccompanied and separated refugee children and youth, especially girls, young women and their children living in Nairobi, Kenya. Their shelter, education, and community outreach services, coupled with local resources and the refugee community, empower this population to live healthy lives. By providing resources for long-term support, these girls and young women become catalysts for strengthening networks creating sustainable change within the local and global communities.
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RefuSHE is redefining models of refugee protection through its one-of-a-kind holistic model. This models houses several programs such as Girl's Empowerment Project, The Safe House, Case Management, Community Outreach, Economic Independence, Advocacy and Research for its members.
Its Safe House program is the first of its kind in Kenya, serving as a transitional shelter that provides protection and recovery to unaccompanied and separated refugee girls under 18 years old and their children.