We stop the threat of “lost generations”, tackle cycles of poverty and keep children away from dropping out of schools and falling victims to exploitation through the provision of inclusive education in times of crisis.
In 2019, we benefitted 127,349 children through our 164 schools in Syria. Since then we have taken over the management of even more bringing the total number to 300 schools. In Syria alone, 1 in 3 schools have been destroyed by almost a decade of conflict leaving 2.1 million children out of education.
Children like Sawsan were forced to flee their homes in search of safety, as a result she and her sister missed out on two years of schooling and suffered severely from the psychological impacts of war. They now receive regular schooling and psychological support from teachers in their camp school in Mahmoudly, Syria.