That sounds like a great idea! Check out Career Foundry, they have great online programs setup for mastering UI Design, UX Design, Website Design, etc... I'm currently taking the UI course to sharpen some web design skills. It's 3k for a 6 month course, but maybe they could be a program partner? Lynda.com and Skillshare.com have great tutorials that you can watch with a membership at a nominal cost (Skillshare does have free tutorials as well).
This type of program gives me hope for refugees! So often it seems that money is thrown at refugee situations only to solve for short-term issues rather than investing in long-term education. Introducing coding and tech to those who are motivated to contribute to their community could lead to a thriving industry. Imagine all of the problems that could be solved in this region with people skilled in tech - website development for small businesses, travel and ride sharing, buying and selling goods, etc... A suggestion for the future might be to supplement the coding courses with design courses for those who are creative as programmers tend to partner with creatives to deliver a final product.
Like Nelson Mandela said - "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."
What an excellent program, thank you Chrystina and SNHU for your efforts!