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Malawi Cohort 4 has walked the graduation stage

Updated: May 25



After 6 months of training in the Digital Inclusion Program, our 65 students from the Dzaleka Refugee camp in Malawi have finally graduated. The cohort 4 comprised 25 female and 40 male students with a majority of whom are refugees.


Our students have been working hard to master digital skills for online entrepreneurship, including professional communication, time management, spreadsheets, A.I., and more!


We are so proud of their hard work, and we can't wait to see their development in the professional world! Using the knowledge learnt, our students have been successful in securing job placements in areas including web and graphic designing, data translation, transcription, segmentation and proofreading, data entry and social media management and content creation. The project was made successful in partnership with the Jesuit Refugee Services and  the Project Redwood. 



Our Malawi Digital Inclusion Program


Since 2019, Konexio has collaborated with Jesuit Refugee Services (JRS) to provide digital skills to refugees living in the Dzaleka Refugee Camp, in Malawi. JRS works with refugees and displaced communities in advancing access to basic services, psychosocial support, counseling and skills training. The Digital Inclusion Program is part of their Pathfinder Program that seeks to provide skills training to refugees. We’re grateful to our partners for supporting us in empowering our students with digital livelihood skills.

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