In the Syrian camps, nutritional and educational challenges emerge, where children suffer from poverty and hunger. We aim to provide education and food for 100 children from the camps, believing that support can transform these children into influential leaders in the future.
In Syrian camps, cries of suffering echo loud: 35% of children aged 14-17 work to secure a daily meal amidst escalating living costs. With a food crisis affecting 81% of the camps and a severe bread shortage impacting 93% of them, more than 67% of the camps have no educational opportunities. Children, against all odds, strive to enroll in schools. The biggest shock? Over 988 camps lack any educational facilities, with poverty and hunger being the leading causes of their educational disruption
Our mission is to transform students from consumers to proactive contributors in their communities. However, to achieve this, we must guarantee them a healthy learning environment and proper nutrition. Food, being one of the most fundamental human needs, plays a pivotal role in achieving this mission. As long as sustenance occupies children's minds, education is at risk. By providing food and essential support, we grant them the opportunity to focus on their studies and pursue their dreams
We transition these students from merely being victims to becoming a driving force for change and advancement. These students will, in the future, emerge as leaders, innovators, and influential figures who work proficiently to uplift their communities. The impact won't be confined to the present moment; it will engrain its mark for upcoming decades. Shaping the future of generations by transitioning from a life constrained by scarcity and ignorance to one enriched with knowledge and excellence