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.
Diverse and fun educational tools are a necessity for keeping Syrian refugee children in the classroom.
A preschool teacher recalls when kids would “mix puzzle pieces with letter games, not knowing how to play with them.” But things have changed!
A new initiative aims to empower Palestinian youth by igniting their tech and entrepreneurial skills.
Skills training courses give refugee youth the skills they need to launch their careers.
Shejaiya was heavily bombed during the 2014 Gaza war, destroying all the area’s preschools.
Jim Shaker, a long-time ANERA donor, explains in this first-person narrative why he gives to help refugees.
Palestinian youth in Lebanon have limited educational and career opportunities. A new scholarship program aims to give them a boost to a better future.
The bigger, better schools give 500 Palestinian students opportunities for quality education.
Learn about what makes ANERA a safe choice when deciding how to help Palestinian families and poor communities in the region.
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