مركز اليوبيل للتميز التربوي

 مشروع DAFI

  • The Albert Einstein German Academic Refugee Initiative known as the DAFI Programme is a unique UNHCR higher education scholarship programme initiated by the Government of Germany in 1992. The DAFI programme is funded by the Government of Germany and Saïd Foundation; a non-sectarian and non-political charity which works for a brighter future for children in need and talented young people in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine. Since 1992, the programme grants scholarships to refugees at universities, colleges and polytechnics in their host countries. The purpose of the DAFI Programme is to contribute to the self-reliance of refugees by providing them with a professional qualification for future employment. Scholarships are granted only for studies in the country of asylum to see the graduates return home and contribute to the reconstruction of their home country, or to the development of the country of asylum or the refugee community at large. The scholarship project is implemented by UNHCR and its partners in the countries of asylum and return and the Jubilee Center for Excellence in Education (JCEE) / King Hussein Foundation is the implementing partner in Jordan