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Our program’s main focus is to provide education to every Nuer kid in Kakuma.

How ISMH Started

In Kakuma Refugee Camp, there are Naath children who perform well in primary school but lack support to afford good high schools; and therefore end up not fulfilling their potential. For this reason, a group of World University Service of Canada (WUSC) and Albert Einstein German Academic Refugee Initiative (DAFI) students came up with a way to help needy primary school graduates get access to good education and reward their hard work.

Our Main Goals

I Stretch My Hand is involved in several activities and equipment that promote education. As a new organization, we prioritize funding basic learning equipment and facilities.
  • School Fees
  • Stationery
  • Transport
  • Community Study Halls
  • Mentorship

Upcoming Events

25th August

Visiting Kakuma

Sign up to spend your day with orphaned kids. This will mean the whole world to them.

27th October

Auction

Handmade figures from Nuer children. All funds will go into buying school learning materials.

27th December

Charity Dinner

We’ve invited best chefs from Vancouver Area. All funds will go into I Stretch My Hands school programs.

High School Program

Our main focus is to provide fees and the most important supplies to brilliant primary school graduates that lack the means to afford high school education.
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