Refugee

How to take charge of your future - from the experiences of two former refugees

How to take charge of your future - from the experiences of two former refugees

If you don’t act on your dreams, all they’re going to be, are dreams. Like most things in life, you need to put in the work to get results. Following our previous blog ‘I am a refugee, but more importantly, I am a dreamer’ on World Refugee Day, we wanted to share with you two more stories from former refugees. Learn about how both Ahmad and Ammar are working to turn their dreams, into realities.

I am a refugee, but more importantly, I am a dreamer

This is the story of refugees, of people, of dreamers, of doers. But first and foremost, these are stories from real people who never let their adversities define their potential and future. In these stories, get to know the dreamers living in Dzaleka refugee camp in Malawi.

Funzi partners with UNDP Syria to deliver mobile learning to vulnerable populations in conflict areas

Funzi partners with UNDP Syria to deliver mobile learning to vulnerable populations in conflict areas

Funzi to deliver mobile learning services to UNDP Syria in 2017 to help strengthen the resilience and socio-economic stabilization of individuals and communities in Syria. The goal of the partnership is to help achieve UNDP Syria country program objective by promoting long-term participation, sustainability, and self-reliance of UNDP local partners.

Mobile service for asylum seekers is now available in Arabic and Somali

Funzi’s “About Finland” -mobile service offers basic information to asylum seekers. The content of the service enables immigrants to operate more efficiently and based on correct information. “About Finland” -service, consists of five courses relating to Finland, language and communication skills, everyday life and legal rights. The service is now also available in Arabic and Somali.