Lebanon: learning is the way forward. I'm not a number
Almost three million Syrian children are out of school. Overcrowded Lebanese schools cannot accommodate the large numbers of Syrians seeking refuge in the country. These refugee children want to go to school and want their voices heard. The Jesuit Refugee Service has schools and learning centres in Beirut, Jbeil, Kesrwane and Kafar Zabad where many Syrian refugees reside. JRS offers education to children ages four to 17 through Accelerated Learning Programmes and remedial and general classes.