Learn, Engage and Transform
Who we are
Wings to fly Initaitive is a refugee-led community-based organization that believes in the collective power of ideas of a community in order to hack the most fitting solutions to the most pressing issues within our communities and the humanitarian sector at large. Our vision is to have a community, a nation where people realize the significant need and value of their contributions and participation in sustainable development projects.
Our Strategic Objectives
As Wings to Fly Initaitive aim to achieve our mission and goal through 3 main strategic objectives that define
roadmap for our core implementation program which is education.
The Wings to Fly Initiative (WFI) is a vibrant and driven refugee-led community-based organization founded in 2019 to address the unique challenges faced by the refugee population in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya. WFI’s primary focus lies in promoting harmonious coexistence, ensuring access to quality education, and combating poverty within the refugee communities. WFI firmly believes…
Are you ready to make a meaningful impact and be a part of a transformative initiative? If yes, then you’re in luck! Wings to Fly Initiative is excited to announce that we are expanding our team, and we’re looking for passionate individuals like you to join us on our journey. Thanks to the generous funding…
Nurturing Partnerships: COHERE’s CEO Edmund Page’s Inspiring Visit to WFI Community Learning Center.
Embracing the vibrant month of August, we’ve found ourselves swept up in a whirlwind of exceptional experiences. Among them, a truly remarkable event has graced our calendar: the early-month visit of none other than COHERE’s visionary CEO, Edmund Page, to the heart of our establishment, the WFI Community Learning Center. This momentous occasion marks a…
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Wings to Fly Initiative is a refugee-led community-based organization that believes in the collective power of ideas of a community in order to hack the most fitting solutions to the most pressing issues within our communities and the humanitarian sector at large.