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Update from North Syria Camps - Maria chambers Project Coordinator Firefly International The general situation There is no space in Khirbet Al Jouz camp, where Firefly for Syrians supports two schools. During the past month there have been families on the move trying to find safety as the bombings continue in North Syria. The
Young international and local volunteers worked together to create a wonderful new mural for the Ellie Maxwell Centre in Brčko. Svitac (Firefly in Bosnia) runs creative activities every day to bring together the divided community still living with the aftermath of a bitter civil war. Thank you Tamara, Asmira, Dicle and Zorana for creating the
Currently all our classes are online as Turkish schools haven't opened. Our staff are coming into the centre in Antakya and preparing top quality resource packs for our students to support their online learning at home. Staff have developed the Firefly for Syrian's you tube learning channel with over two thousand lessons uploaded. This is
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Update from Antakya August 2020 Maria Chambers, project coordinator. Online learning continues in Turkey and Syria. This week we celebrated with end of course parties – small groups of socially distanced children came into the centre seeing each other for the first time since March. There was a great atmosphere of laughter and playfulness despite
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Online education is exceptionally exciting, enabling us to increase our reach as well as explore new ways of educating, accommodating different ages and educational needs in a rapidly evolving landscape of education. Firefly for Syrians has managed quickly to mobilise our programme to ensure that we are still delivering the absolute vital education to those
In the Syrian camps we have been running workshops about hygiene - the importance of hand washing and awareness of Coronavirus alongside our daily curriculum. Syrian children have endured so much in their lives and are increasingly vulnerable in these unprecedented times. Our work is crucial supporting these communities through war, disease and the challenges
This Video features "Ali "who has spent many winters in basic tented accommodation since fleeing his home in 2016. It shows how he is benefitting from our applied science programme. He has a space to learn and develop his creativity. The situation in the camps in Northern Idlib is increasingly hard: there is limited winter