Imaculee works with textiles in Nairobi.

Immaculee Natutsi, a Congolese refugee in Nairobi and mother of two, used to sell vegetables to make ends meet. With the support of Re:Build, she enrolled in a four-month-long course in tailoring. After graduating, she started a shop with a friend and now earns enough to support her family.

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Sebastian turns to the camera for a portrait while working on his computer.

Re:Build helped Sebastian Kampangu, 23, a Congolese refugee living in Nairobi, Kenya study computer programming and data analysis for six months. After his training, Kampangu found a job in the data analytics department of a marketing and advertising firm and now finds it easier to support his family. 

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Harriet carries two plates full of pastries from a kitchen.

Through the Re:Build program, Harriet Tusuubira, a Ugandan national, was placed in an apprenticeship at a bakery in Kampala.

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Two men take a break from working at a construction site and pose for a picture.

Aniku Moris (left), a South Sudanese refugee, and Asiimwe Davis (center), a Ugandan national, were placed in metal fabrication and welding classes through the Re:Build project. Now Moris and Davis use the skills they learned on their job site in Kampala.

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