> Education in Emergencies
6 million people live in refugee camps (UNHCR).
Refugee camps are temporary facilities built to provide immediate protection and assistance to people who have been forced to flee their homes due to war, persecution or violence. Refugee camps are initially designed as a short-term solution to keep people safe during specific emergencies, but emergency situations can become protracted, resulting in people living in camps for years or even decades. Yet, the challenges to refugees’ health and wellbeing in these camps can be pervasive, and basic needs for food, shelter and healthcare are often barely met.
International organisations are working on providing fundamentals. Such as, food, water and healthcare. Our focus is educating the fragile, precious children during such challenging times.
We have reached thousands of young minds in Yemen, Turkey, Lebanon and Bangladesh. With your support, we can ensure they can have access to the high-quality education that they so well deserve.