Campaign 118

Home of Languages Center

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Paid 318
Left 4682
  Started on 23/10/2018
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Many displaced children are getting schooled in camps and a significant portion of them quit their education. In particular, a large number of students in Idlib have very low levels of education, especially in languages. Therefore, Molham Team established Home of Languages Center in Idlib to provide enrichment courses for primary and intermediate levels. The curricula are being taught in an innovative and interesting way, in order to motivate students to learn and improve their educational level. Our long-terms aim is to close the educational gap of students that resulted from the war situation and increase their desire to learn. One day, we hope these students will be the pillars of a future peaceful Syria.

Number of Donors 15


Campaign updates

 4 days ago

For the countless Syrian children whose education was interrupted and whose educational level deteriorated due to the war, the Home of Languages Center was founded in Idlib.

 6 months ago

Campaign no. 118 has been added by the Humanitarian Relief Section.

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About us

Molham Volunteering Team is a NPO registered in France, Turkey, Jordan, Sweden and Canada, brought together by a group of Syrian students. It aims at providing aid to internally displaced persons in Syria and Syrian refugees living in camps of the neighboring countries.

Contact us

60/08 avenue Marc Sangnier 59370 Mons en Baroeul , France

Gazi muhtar başa Blv. Tersan iş Merkezi Kat:2 No:9 Şehitkamil , Gaziantep Turkey

Gardens Street Abu Laila building Office 501 , Amman Jordan

+33 670052387 (France)
+90 5385129709 (Turkey)
+96 2797879395 (Jordan)