| Oct 18, 2017
Latest update on the prospective F4L Syria project
Since our previous update report, which was sent in July, we have seen much attention given to the need to increase psychosocial support for refugee children.
In September, UNHCR released their damming report that 3.5 Million children affected by conflict did not receive a single day's education last academic year. In the same month, a report showed that Syrian refugees in Jordan missed over 16.6 Million school days since the world Humanitarian Summit in 2016.
Such reports further highlight the need to do more through non-formal and play based learning.
In July we had raised USD 2,228 for F4L Syria. At time of writing today, this has only been increased to USD 2,325. The amount is simply not enough for FundLife to go alone.
We need to find partners who can help us not only in reaching the financial targets for the project, but in mobilising resources on the ground. In November, FundLife will be joining the WISE Summit in Qatar, where we will be sharing our innovative play platform to leaders from the development and education sector. Our aim will be to raise awareness and explore opportunities to collaborate with partners willing to share resources.
We will share more on the back of this gathering and assess over coming weeks viability for the F4L project, or if existing funds can be used to support existing on-ground delivery agents.
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