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Kaya is a global learning platform where learners will find both online and in-person learning opportunities, which are completely free to access.
Reaching over 670,000 humanitarians across the world, a high concentration of learners are from countries facing access issues to training.
Over 500 free courses on Kaya help learners improve their understanding of humanitarian responses. Learning content is also available from our partners including UN agencies, the International Rescue Committee, the Norwegian Refugee Council and International Committee of the Red Cross.
Kaya is accessible from phones, tablets, laptops and PCs, with content available in English, French, Spanish or Arabic; and in many other languages including Ukrainian, Romanian and Polish.
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Stories from our learners
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Learner spotlight: Meet Salvador
Learning with Kaya: Meet Nomnotho
Nomnotho is from South Africa and works as a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) coordinator for SaveAct, an NGO that helps rural women form saving groups so they can escape poverty.
Learning with Kaya: Meet Josué
Josué is from Togo and works as a Healthcare Provider on a Covid-19 response project for vulnerable populations and street dwellers.
Learning with Kaya: Meet Sara
Sara currently works as a Mental Health Coordinator and Supervisor in a local NGO in Lebanon. The economic crisis in Lebanon has made it very difficult for people to pay for courses as restrictions have been set on bank accounts. However, Sara heard about Kaya, our free online learning platform, and this has allowed her to expand her knowledge for free. She has already completed 18 courses!
Learning with Kaya: Meet Shariful
Shariful is from Bangladesh, he works with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) as a Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA) Officer.