There are currently over 2 million Syrian refugee children in the Middle East who do not have access to education. Families cannot afford school fees and as a result, children are working or being married at a young age. Schools are not prepared to support and educate children who have fallen so far behind and deal with constant trauma. Schools also do not have the funds to support and provide professional development for teachers to allow them to best need the needs of the children they are serving and teaching.
Refugees who have been displaced need access to education for their children and training for their teachers.
Restoring Hope aims to empower children and their communities to flourish through holistic education development projects: in launching learning centers that provide quality and trauma-informed education, and also provide employment and professional development to local teachers.