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Non-Formal Education for Syrian Students in Lebanon

Yerevan Hassan

Interviewed by Mohamad-Ali Nayel
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An interview with Yerevan Hassan the Learning Center Manager at Basmeh & Zeitooneh Beirut.   


Yerevan Hassan
Yerevan Hassan

Learning Center Manager at Basmeh & Zeitooneh.

Basmeh & Zeitooneh, Lebanese NGO for Relief and development. Basmeh and Zeitooneh has established a Learning Center in Shatila refugee camp for Syrian students between the ages of five and fifteen. It was designed specifically for those students whose education was disrupted by the conflict, and who are not able to enroll in Lebanese public schools. The Learning Center is serving now over 700 students and is the only educational program of its scale available for Syrian children in Shatila refugee camp.

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