Foundations for All: a project on building pathways into HE for displaced populations in Lebanon and Uganda

I have been working recently on a project being funded by the Mastercard Foundation and the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh which is attempting to build pathways into higher education for refugees and displaced persons in Lebanon and Uganda. Globally, roughly 3% of refugees have access to higher education so there are a variety of initiatives worldwide designed to begin to address that, of which ours would be one. We are partnering in this initiative with the Refugee Law Project at Makerere University in Uganda and the American University of Beirut in Lebanon.

This project will provide insights to the Mastercard Foundation (and other key stakeholders) on how to effectively facilitate access to and future success in higher education for displaced and refugee young people in resource-poor environments through contextualised online distance learning bridging programs.

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