During our last week in Dadaab, HaEun made a video for our students as a gift for completing the Certificate program. It captures and highlights the fun memories we all had together. The students loved it, and we hope you’ll … Continued
We’re delighted to announce the graduation of our second cohort of 64 students in Dadaab from York University’s Certificate in Educational Studies under the BHER project! Though these students never set foot in Canada, their names appeared in the university’s … Continued
BHER TA Hawa Sabriye’s reflections after teaching in Dadaab Growing up my parents would constantly share how important it is for my siblings and I to gain an education. They would share the challenges they had to overcome growing up … Continued
BHER TA HaEun Kim writes about her experience teaching students in Dadaab. . The first time I had heard about Dadaab was in Don’s (my supervisor) office. I had approached him in the fall to work with a project called … Continued
BHER TA, Hawa Sabriye, writes about her journey into the BHER project, learning about Dadaab, and her reflections after the first week of her on-site field assignment. . Dadaab is a town located in the northeastern region of Kenya, roughly … Continued
Last week, the Toronto Star published an article on the encampments of Dadaab, where the BHER Project works. The article highlights the history and current context of the Dadaab camps. Check out the article by clicking the link below: http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2015/09/21/worlds-large-refugee-camp-in-kenya-could-be-the-future.html … Continued
The funds raised through the generous support of individual donors enabled BHER to provide our students with solarlamps useful for studying in the after-class hours at home. Thank you!
The BHER Learning Centre will provide a welcoming and rich learning environment for BHER students as they pursue their studies. It is anticipated that the first cohort of BHER students will use the Learning Centre facilities in the April 2014 term. Its … Continued