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Sukru Cansizoglu

Speciality:
UNHCR Head of Kakuma
Experience:
20+ Years
Email:
sukru@UNHCR.org

Personal Information

Sukru works for UNHCR and he is in charge of the Kakuma Refugee Camp. He is first a Humanitarian and then an Education Practitioner.Head of UNHCR programs in Kakuma, Kenya, home to 185K refugees. Honored to work with them and and 

Skills

Social Media Marketing
50%
Web Site Development
65%
Photography
85%
How did I acquire these skills
  1. Designed and implemented SMM for adventure travel start-up & School
  2. Built a website for the adventure travel start-up & Secondary School
  3. Photography has been my lifelong passion, there is no one place to start
  4. My portfolio has a massive collection of photographs taken over the years

Languages

English
70%
Swahili
85%
Nuer
95%

How did I learn these languages

  1. English has been my language throughout the school & at work
  2. Learned Swahili from the Kenyans & practice regularly with friends
  3. Nuer is my mother tongue

Certifications

Google My Business Certification
100%
Facebook Growing Your Business Certification
75%
Twitter Marketing Certification
65%

How did I earn these certificates

  1. Google My Business Certificate
  2. Hootsuite for Social Media
  3. Google Certificate for Ads
  4. Facebook Certificate for Ads
  5. Twitter Certificate for Ads

My Journey & My Experience

1996

Born in South Sudan

2003

Came to Kenya

2016

Completed Education at Nairobi

2017

Came to Kakuma Refugee Camp

2017

Certified on Psychosocial Case Management course

2019

Completed "Global Health at Human- Animal Ecosystem Interface"

2019

Certified on "Emergencies Crises" at Geneva Summer Schools

Feb 2019

Certified on Google My Business

Feb 2019

Completed a” Google My Business” project for Kakuma Refugee Secondary School in Kakuma

Mar 2019

Certified on Facebook Marketing

Mar 2019

Helped set up StepUp.One website

Apr 2019

In the process of setting up a website for adventure holiday company

Apr 2019

In the process of designing and launching a SMM for adventure holiday company

My Portfolio of Projects

Technical Information

I want to change the perceptions of the world about refugees and shape the narratives around the Refugee Crisis. I would like the world to see refugees as people they can collaborate and work together with to achieve common goals, not only as victims of violence and war.

I am the Founder and Chairperson of Refugee Youth Peace Ambassadors, a youth-led group which brings together refugee youth from different nationalities and backgrounds who are contributing to the building of positive peace in their communities. Our initiatives help to enhanced peaceful coexistence between the refugees’ communities in the camp.

Contact Me

    Meet Dr. Sulaimane Ali Mohamed Musah, Governor of @Gedaref. Declared #Tunaydba as a settlement, not a @Refugees camp, establish 4 Committees (WASH, Health, Education, Protection) co-chaired with @UNHCRinSudan for response/delivery of services.
    @CNkwetaSalami @RaoufMazou

    Night 🌉 falls with solar lamps for @Refugees in #Tunaydba settlement in East of Sudan.
    Need solar-powered street lights for a safer community.
    @UNHCRinSudan

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    Meet Sheikh Ibrahim Abakir Musa, known as "Shakro".
    "...as host community, we open our lands, our feelings to give safety and dignity to ETH @Refugees in @Tunaydba and live together like before...".
    #RebuildingInclusion
    @UNHCRinSudan
    @CNkwetaSalami
    @GillianTriggs
    @RaoufMazou

    Welcome dinner prepared by generous Sudanese Community to 🥇 @Refugees convoy to @Tunaydbah Settlement in East Sudan. #Socialcohesion from the begining.

    @UNHCRinSudan
    @CNkwetaSalami @andrewMbogori

    3

    Happy New Year from East Sudan! Photos of 27 December & 31 December 2020 on new site in Tenuyadbah of East Sudan 🇸🇩 @UNHCRinSudan, govt and partners continue working to prepare the site and facilities for refugees . #StrongerTogether

    3

    Displacement has no 🎄 and New Year. Full speed preparation by all @humanitarian partners to receive first relocation of #ETH @Refugees in couple of days in @Tenedba.
    @UNHCRinSudan
    @CNkwetaSalami @RaoufMazou @andrewMbogori

    3

    The number of people forced to leave Ethiopia due to the conflict in the country exceeded 50 thousand. 2250 food parcels, 2250 hygiene packs, and 2250 pieces of blankets have been distributed so far. Also, we have set up 930 tents in the area.

    To support http://ihh.org/ethiopia

    #Registration of @refugees in Hamdayet Border Reception Center by @Commissioner for Refugees-Sudan and @UNHCRinSudan.
    Registration is 🗝️ to access the rights, services and assistance.
    @CNkwetaSalami @RaoufMazou

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