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Syrian refugees in ‘double-shift’ Jordan schools face obstacles

Bordering war-torn Syria, Jordan over the past five years has received thousands of refugees as a result of the multi-sided war that was sparked...

‘At least 15 primary school children killed’ in Yemen school bus...

At least 15 school children travelling on a bus are reported to be among at least 25 people killed by car bombs in Yemen. The...

New schools for children of Syria in Turkey

"Kilis has “one of the cleanest, most humane, most efficiently run refugee camps in history” It is also a busy city and no matter...

The Future of Refugee Education: A Roundup

Charlotte Alfred PUBLISHED ON April 17, 2017 We collect the highlights of our special focus on refugee education, including a series of in-depth reports on refugee integration...

Large numbers of Syrian children in Lebanon out of school

"Samir is responsible for student enrolment at a school for Syrian refugees in a Beirut suburb. The school, run by a Lebanese civil society...

A teacher hero – making home-made desks for refugee children with...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 16 August 2018 by GEM Report | Story Source: GEM Report ~ Go to Original Article Rahman Hamdan is a teacher...

Bringing relief through education in Palestine

Since 7 July 2014, more than 1000 Palestinians have been killed and around 230,000 displaced in Gaza. Many of the displaced civilians are now living...

Seeing through new eyes

On one of her first visits to Jordan during the current refugee crisis, Carolyn Miles met a 15-year-old Syrian boy whose words still stick...

Giving More Girls the Chance to Learn in Yemen

"Like many girls in rural Yemen, Raysa Al-Kholani was married off early—in Grade 7—and faced long odds in continuing her studies. Her in-laws insisted...

PLAY PROGRAMS IN GAZA REOPEN

"For us, kids and safety always come first. So when there was conflict in the Middle East, we temporarily suspended our play-based programs in...

Lebanon suffers under the strain of a refugee crisis now out...

With Syrian refugees making up "a quarter of Lebanon's population, the country's fragile systems are stretched and tensions are rising." Find out more about...

UNICEF Is Advocating Children’s Right To Free And Quality Education In...

Education is a right, not a privilege. Unfortunately, there are many kids around the world that are out of school. In collaboration with the Ministry...

Syrian refugees put strain on Jordan schools amid fears for ‘lost...

"Tensions rise despite double shifts and extra teachers to cope with tens of thousands of displaced school-age Syrians" Read the latest on educational provisions for...

More Syrian refugee children in Jordan’s schools but half still missing...

School enrollment has increased slightly among Syrian refugee children in Jordan - but almost half are still missing out on education. Lack of money, lack...

EDUCATION ABOVE ALL CONDEMNS LATEST ATTACKS ON EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IN GAZA

"In light of new reports, confirmed by UNRWA’s initial assessment, indicating a deadly attack by Israeli IDF forces on a UN school in the...

Gaza children unable to go back to school

"A math teacher, al-Arqan was meant to return to school in less than a week. But as violence has resumed in Gaza after the breakdown...

Qatar Foundation’s Third Annual Teaching and Learning Forum attracts nearly a...

Her Excellency Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al Thani, Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairperson of Qatar Foundation (QF), attended the Third Annual Teaching and...

Malala Helps Syrian Children Refugees Cross Jordanian Border

"Malala arrived in Jordan on Saturday to continue her efforts to advocate for the more than 1 million displaced Syrian refugee children. According to UNICEF, nearly two...

Life-long learning starts with you – Education changing lives

It was a proud day for teachers participating in the Blended Approach to Teacher Training (BATT) programme, as they graduated from the psycho-social skills...

New Yemeni Budget Focuses on Education and Health

"Almost a quarter of the 2014 Yemeni budget is allocated to the education and health sectors. Education was allocated 512.3 billion riyals (about $2.4 billion) and...

University alliance in Asia aims to boost regional ties and global...

Fifteen universities across Asia have formed a consortium in order to capitalise on the region’s economic power to facilitate intra-Asian mobility and enhance academic and research...

Yemen’s children in crisis

"At the beginning of March 2013, the representative of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Sanaa warned that more than 2 million children between the...

Oman: More facilities required for autistic children in Oman, say experts

According to Sabah Mohammed Al Bahlani, Chief Executive Officer for the Association of Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities, “We are the only centre...

George and Amal Clooney to help fund Syrian refugee schools in...

George and Amal Clooney have said they will help 3,000 Syrian refugee children go to school this year in Lebanon, where the United Nations says 200,000...

3.5 million Iraqi children are missing out on an education

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region—Reaching the estimated 3.5 million Iraqi children who are missing out on their education is the goal of a Back to School...

Building a future for Syrian children in Lebanon

In a hot tent in Lebanon’s Beqaa Valley, Sheymaa, a 12-year-old girl from Homs stands and confidently, defiantly, reads aloud her letter to the...

After working with charities in Jordan, Syrian educator notices children who...

In a north Amman neighborhood, 44-year-old Haytham al-Wazir walks the hallways of the a-Tabyan Educational Center alongside his young students. The a-Tabyan school opened last...

75,000 vulnerable children are out of school: UNICEF

Over 75,000 vulnerable and disadvantaged children in Jordan are out of school — the majority of whom are at the pre-primary stage, but also...

Jordan: We Need To Secure Girls’ Rights. Let’s Start With Education.

The 200 kidnapped schoolgirls of Chibok are no longer girls. Missing for exactly two and a half years this Friday, they are now young...

Yoga Retreat Benefits Girls’ Education

Souljourn yoga hosts yoga adventure Rwanda, a yoga retreat in “the land of a thousand hills” 14th May 2018    |    Source: ballantinespr.com   |  Business Ghana Souljourn...