Edmund Page

Edmund Page

Edmund left life in the UK to start the Xavier Project, a charity that aims to improve the lives of urban refugees in Kenya and Uganda by enabling them to participate in education. With many children currently out of school in both countries, the charity offers both child sponsorship and adult education opportunities.

In 2015, his work at Xavier Project was recognised when he won a Queen's Young Leaders Award. That same year, he co-founded the Commonwealth Migration Network, a response to solving migration challenges across the world. 

Read more about Edmund's story.