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Help Refugee Children go Back to School

“Education will prepare refugee children and youth for the world of today and of tomorrow. In turn, it will make that world more resilient, sustainable and peaceful”. Philippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees.

Education is a basic human right; all children deserve to learn and grow up to reach their highest potential. For refugee children, education is especially important as it protects them from potential dangers of exploitation and child labour, while empowering them to rebuild their lives and communities.

But today, 3.7 million refugee children around the world are out of school… and with every year that passes it becomes harder to reintegrate them in school.

Today, your support will transform the lives of thousands of Syrian refugee children, like Fahed, who are not only missing their childhoods, but their chances of a brighter future.

PLEASE DONATE NOW AND HELP US GET SYRIAN REFUGEES BACK IN SCHOOL

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You can also help Syrian refugee families with your Zakat

UNHCR provides you a trusted and efficient route to fulfil your Zakat obligation, while helping eligible Syrian refugee families in the region, in Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt.

With a 68-year+ track record in assisting refugees throughout the world and a pioneering cash assistance programme, UNHCR is uniquely positioned to ensure that 100% of your Zakat reaches the most vulnerable as direct cash support, allowing families to cover their basic expenses such as rent, food and debt repayments.

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