Great idea! Really love the concept, and it's along the same lines as ours here: https://openideo.com/challenge/refugee-education/ideas/the-global-expert-network-gen-to-support-refugee-leaders-mentors/comments#comments-section. We are more focused on skills-based learning, but conflict-resolution isn't one we thought of initially.
I was actually wondering if you could give us a few insights, as you're on the ground:
1. What are the skills and/or concepts that people in Kakuma want to learn the most? Are they issues like conflict resolution and team building? Or, are they more along the lines of tactical skills like entrepreneurship (starting a business in the camp?), business...etc.?
2. What sort of technological access to people in your camp have? Internet? SMS? Phone Calls? Full internet? We're just curious to know what we can realistically expect as a platform for connecting experts with refugees inside the camp. I'm sure they vary greatly, but just curious about yours specifically.
3. Do you ever find language a barrier? Are there usually multiple languages spoken?
Thanks so much, and let's keep in touch! Love when other ideas help us broaden/open our own.