Children across the Jordon region have been returning to school, but the vast majority of Syrian students in Jordon do not share that luxury. Though Jordon’s schools are opening their doors to Syrian refugee children, about 150,000 Syrian school-aged children are unable to attend school due to high costs of supplies and risky, long walks to school.
In the basement of a building, two Syrian women volunteered to run a makeshift kindergarten and primary school because half of the children in their immediate community—more than 60 families living in the two beige concrete buildings—are not registered in school.
Read more via womensenews.org.

Children across the Jordon region have been returning to school, but the vast majority of Syrian students in Jordon do not share that luxury. Though Jordon’s schools are opening their doors to Syrian refugee children, about 150,000 Syrian school-aged children are unable to attend school due to high costs of supplies and risky, long walks to school.

In the basement of a building, two Syrian women volunteered to run a makeshift kindergarten and primary school because half of the children in their immediate community—more than 60 families living in the two beige concrete buildings—are not registered in school.

Read more via womensenews.org.

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