Syrian Refugees Receive School and Hygiene Kits

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In Lebanon, half of all Syrian children do not go to school. For refugee youth like Nour and Ali, school is largely inaccessible due to the cost. Now they’re getting a chance to enroll in our non-formal education courses with donated school and hygiene kits, provided by UMCOR and delivered by ANERA. The kits give students the supplies they need to learn, grow and get ahead despite countless obstacles in their host country.

WATCH: Meet Nour and Ali, Young Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

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