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Educational Event for Palestine Refugees Concluded in Lebanon

Published : 06-08-2019

Educational Event for Palestine Refugees Concluded in Lebanon

The International Association of Palestinian Teachers wrapped up, on Saturday, August 3, the fourth edition of “We Learn Happily for Palestine” summer camp, held in cooperation with the Lebanese ex-education Minister, Abdul Raheem Murad, and the International Association of Palestinian Institutions.

Palestinian students from Syria in Lebanon took part in the educational camp, which kicked off on July 26 at Dar AlHanan orphanage, in western Bekaa.

The event makes part of underway attempts to bridge intellectual gaps created by the English-based curricula in Lebanon for Palestinians from Syria and to provide a catch-up program for refugees who have faced difficulties accessing educational services.

English language courses, robotics clubs, rapid calculation tools, painting workshops, and other activities were held as part of the camp so as to boost students’ self-confidence and intellectual output.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8949

The International Association of Palestinian Teachers wrapped up, on Saturday, August 3, the fourth edition of “We Learn Happily for Palestine” summer camp, held in cooperation with the Lebanese ex-education Minister, Abdul Raheem Murad, and the International Association of Palestinian Institutions.

Palestinian students from Syria in Lebanon took part in the educational camp, which kicked off on July 26 at Dar AlHanan orphanage, in western Bekaa.

The event makes part of underway attempts to bridge intellectual gaps created by the English-based curricula in Lebanon for Palestinians from Syria and to provide a catch-up program for refugees who have faced difficulties accessing educational services.

English language courses, robotics clubs, rapid calculation tools, painting workshops, and other activities were held as part of the camp so as to boost students’ self-confidence and intellectual output.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8949