EBRD refugee response - education for all children

By Kasia  Kukula

 

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More than 30 per cent of the almost one and a half million refugees who have fled Syria for Jordan are children.

The EBRD’s refugee response investment plan, made up of its own funds and donor contributions, has so far received support from the EU, UK and USAID.

450 children studying at the private Ajyal Alfarooq kindergarten and elementary school in Amman are among the beneficiaries of our work.

Its owner and manager, Kamal Abu Alezz, received loans to modernise the classrooms and potentially extend the premises so that the school could educate even more children, both from Jordan and refugees.

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