Supporting the Completion of Basic Education for Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

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Basic Education for Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

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UNESCO’s project “Supporting the Completion of Basic Education for Syrian Refugees in Lebanon” is funded by King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre and implemented in partnership with Kayany Foundation. It intends to widen education opportunities, progressing and pathways, and ensure retention for at risk Syrian students in Lebanon, especially at the middle and high school levels. It links to ongoing initiatives related to the education of the Syrians in Lebanon, trying to fill the gap and complement recent efforts.

Back to school, back to learning

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Exhibition of handmade garments by Palestinian and Syrian women

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