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August 17, 2020

12.08.2020 USAID-BHA Lebanon Explosions Fact Sheet #1

May 28, 2020

Mohamad Ghalayene, a 19-year old living in northern Lebanon has always been eager to learn more, but was never afforded the option. He says, “Now through this grant, I finally got the opportunity to attend online training sessions and tackle [educational] topics to make use of my time during home quarantine.”

April 7, 2020

Since the Syrian civil war broke out, millions of children have suffered from the conflict’s devastating toll on education. Destruction and displacement have thwarted school enrollment, literacy rates, and critical development skills. Twelve-year old Nour and her family fled from Syria at the beginning of the crisis and are now living in a tented settlement in northern Lebanon. Nour was born with a hearing and speech impediment that can make learning difficult, but with the help of digital gaming and partnership between the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and War Child Holland (WCH), Nour is continuing to learn.

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