Opening kindergartens in Palestinian refugee camps of Syria
The IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation is planning to build kindergartens in Syria’s Palestinian refugee camps, where about 400,000 people are living, to provide refugee children with quality preschoo
Middle East, Syria 15.01.2010

Tens of thousands of Palestinian refugees living in Syrian camps are in need of help in fields of education, health and sheltering. By opening kindergartens in these camps that are home to around 40,000 Palestinians the IHH is hoping to lay the foundations of quality education. Totally 12 kindergartens will be opened, initial ones in camps with the most urgent need, as part of the project.    

 

Project Name: Opening kindergartens in Palestinian refugee camps of Syria

Country-City: Syria, Palestinian refugee camps (12 camps)

Project Cost: $31,000 (per kindergarten)

 Estimated Duration: 3 months (for each kindergarten)

Number of Beneficiaries: 50 children (in each kindergarten) 


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