In Kakuma Refugee Camp, Adult Learning is a limited chance for those who dropped out from formal education and those who are willing to learn how to write and read in English and Kiswahili languages at their adult age. Windle Trust Kenya used to have in charge Adult Learning classes but for the time being WTK has stopped that program. Because of this gap, Stephen Odoi, an alumni from the Jesuit-Commons at the Margins online diploma program has offered to conduct an adult school in his community where adult men and women get enrolled and benefit the base of education from Odoi and other volunteers who teach them. This Adult school uses Lutheran World Federation’s school buildings and have got the permission of operating in the camp from the UNHCR. The beneficiaries have to contribute a small amount of money that help in buying needed materials and in assuring the security of their property. According to Stephen the adult classes will help fellow refugees in his community to at least be able to read their confidential letters as some of them came to seek help from him when they received a letter for example from UNHCR.