Economic empowerment and skills training for LGBTIQ refugees

100 LGBTIQ refugees across Kenya are currently enrolled in vocational skills training provided by ORAM.
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For three months, queer refugees in Nairobi and Kakuma Refugee Camp are learning new skills including cosmetology, catering and food production, baking and pastry, graphic design, photography and videography, fashion design and tailoring, and more.

“One of my goals in the future is to create safe spaces where trans people can work because it's difficult to find jobs as a trans person,” *Julie, one of ORAM’s customers, shared on her goals of the training.

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