The project will provide free education using remote learning platforms like Microsoft Teams to 500 students who have been deprived of education due to the challenging circumstances, disruptions, displacement, and poverty in northern Syria. Most of these students come from vulnerable groups such as orphans, children with disabilities, and those living in refugee camps in the north of the country.
The wars have resulted in hundreds of thousands of students being cut off from education in northern Syria due to poverty and displacement. There is a lack of equipped schools, electricity, and suitable conditions to continue their education. These children are forced to leave education and work outside of schools to support their families, posing a threat of creating an entire generation without education.
We are working to deliver free education to these marginalized and out-of-school students through internet networks and utilizing remote learning platforms like Microsoft Teams. We provide them with school education, activities, academic advising, and support them until they become capable of building their own futures without relying on others or engaging in child labor.
The project aims to educate 500 students who have been disconnected and marginalized from education, helping them break free from poverty. It provides them with an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills that will benefit them, ensuring their well-being and the prosperity of their families in the future.