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How to help Kenyan students stuck in Ukraine – fundraising by AG Career Hub and Kenyan Women In Germany

AG Career Hub and Kenyan Women in Germany e. V (KWIG) send out an appeal for funds to help Kenyan students stuck in the Russia-Ukraine war ongoing.

AG Careers hub posted the plea on their social media platforms saying: ‘In collaboration with Kenyan Women In Germany e.V. (KWIG) we are facilitating financial help for Kenyan students in Ukraine affected by war. Kindly send your donations to the following bank details below. #PamojaTwaweza

Paypal HERE: Paypal

Organisation: KWIG e.V
Bank: GLS
IBAN: DE47430609671142904800
Verwendungszweck: KENYAN STUDENTS IN THE UKRAINE

Kenyan Women in Germany (KWIG) won the Best African Association in Germany Award at the last Gala Night for the AFRONEWS – Ortel Mobile African Community in Germany Awards 2021. The group walked away with a prize of 2,000 euros. We wrote about it here: Winner of the Best African Association at the African Community in Germany Awards 2021.

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Many African students have found themselves in the middle of a war and despite the ongoing conditions they are still experiencing racism at the polish border and on trains by Ukrainians and Ukrainian police forces, abandonment by African embassies who advised them to ‘save themselves’ and lack of proper communication channels to lead them to safety.

A great number of Africans go to Ukraine to study because of the affordable cost of fees and the cost of living compared to other countries in Europe and the United States.

Business Insider reported Morocco, Nigeria, and Egypt are in the top 10 countries with students in Ukraine, in total sending over 16,000 students to the country.