Egypt's Salah brings African refugee students' voice to UN General Assembly
Mahmoud Sheleib, , Wednesday 23 Sep 2020
Salah, the Premier League champion 2019/2020, became the first Ambassador for Instant Network Schools (INS), which connect refugee and host country students to a quality digital education


The Ambassador for Instant Network Schools (INS) and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah have helped deliver the voices of four refugee to the current United Nations General Assembly.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) posted a video on their official social media accounts showing Salah talking with four African refugee students, discussing the importance of the digital education they are receiving thanks to the INS.


"They have inspired me and given me hope."@MoSalah has brought four refugee voices to #UNGA.

Meet some of the students getting a digital education thanks to UNHCR and the @VodafoneFdn's Instant Network Schools πŸ“±πŸ“ΆπŸ‘‡πŸΏ pic.twitter.com/YaGIXteJ30
— UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency (@Refugees) September 22, 2020

Last February, Salah, the Premier League champion 2019/2020, became the first Ambassador for Instant Network Schools (INS), which connect refugee and host country students to a quality digital education.

The INS was set up in 2013 by Vodafone Foundation and the UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, to give young refugees, host communities and their teachers access to digital learning content and the internet, improving the quality of education in some of the most marginalised communities in Africa.

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