English lessons in Beqaa Valley

Published: February 19, 2021
Children sponsored by UK Care for Children

In 2018, UK Care for Children set up a summer camp for children displaced from Syria in Western Beqaa to teach English, provide psychological support and promote Palestinian culture and creativity.

Over two hundred refugee students between 9 and 13 years old attended the camp’s activities. The only project of its kind in the area, the summer camp was well received among the refugee children, who enjoyed the various activities and entertainment provided.

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