Shining a spotlight on three stories about Syrian refugees who benefited from non-formal education in Lebanon.
Gaza preschools are now using fun active learning techniques to engage children in bright, new and renovated environments.
With the influx of new refugees from Syria, many in Wavel camp can’t afford winter necessities.
Six-year-old Sami was diagnosed with a life-threatening disease. The medicine he needs is not available in Gaza, which makes medical aid necessary.
Without money to buy clothes or heat their homes, impoverished families in Gaza rely on vouchers for warm winter clothing.
Diverse and fun educational tools are a necessity for keeping Syrian refugee children in the classroom.
10-year-old Lea has difficulty breathing – and Beirut’s poor air quality is to blame.
Cousins Salem and Mohamed just got a new pair of boots to replace their old sandals.
A preschool teacher recalls when kids would “mix puzzle pieces with letter games, not knowing how to play with them.” But things have changed!
Back in Syria, Nadia Al Hammoud had a house and a small farm. Now she is a refugee, living in a cattle barn in Lebanon.
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