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Project:

Quality education and psychological care for Syrian refugee children

The educational challenges faced by children living in informal refugee settlements or shanty towns in the Bekaa Valley on the border with Syria remain many. Through this project, and together with the Jesuit Refugee Service, we will offer them a quality education and also accompaniment and psychosocial care, which is fundamental for them to overcome the impact and trauma of war and forced displacement. In addition, we will offer training on child protection and educational techniques to school personnel.

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In Lebanon we work in the line of action of Humanitarian Action through one project

We assist:

3,506

People

With the local organization:
JRS
In the line of action:
HUMANITARIAN AID