The ongoing conflict in Syria has become the worst humanitarian disasters in the world today, with overwhelming numbers of people fleeing the country. Since 2012, more than one million refugees have fled across the border to Lebanon alone. Among the worst affected are children: just one in three Syrian children registered with the United Nations in Beirut received a formal education in 2015. This project provides education and psychological support for vulnerable Syrian children, ensuring they can keep up with classwork and have transport to and from school, helping take their minds off their past and onto a brighter future.
of refugee children do not attend school
Syrian refugees now equal one quarter of Lebanon’s population
This project operates on an ongoing basis. Our annual fundraising target is $129,400. This project relies entirely on private donations to continue.
|$50||Anonymous, Centenary Heights||13 Mar 18|
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|$100||Anonymous, Yarra Junction||12 Sep 17|
|$250||Anonymous, Port Macquarie||07 Sep 17|
|$660||Daniel, Fairfield West||06 Jul 17|