Support Refugee Education

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Multi-Aid Programs (MAPs) has launched an emergency campaign for quality and innovative refugee education in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. Hundreds of thousands of refugee children remain out-of-school due to abject poverty. MAPs is dedicated to supporting these vulnerable children living in informal tented settlements. We need your help to ensure brighter futures for our students.

Since 2013, MAPs has run nine primary schools inside Lebanon’s refugee camps. Our schools are the focal points of community and help restore hope and dignity in a protracted crisis. We include our students’ families in health and awareness campaigns to foster strong and well-informed  communities. Together, we are creating a culture where education for girls and boys is highly valued and where children are emblems of hope for a better future. 

“We don’t want to just teach kids how to read and write. We need to create a new standard, a new approach to this humanitarian crisis.”  - Dr. Fadi Alhalabi, MAPs Founder & Director

Our unique education model emphasises creativity, critical thinking and Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM). MAPs believes that high-level education is critical for inspiring and activating the community. Our incredible achievements prove the power of investing in quality and innovative education. Since 2016, MAPs’ Robotics Club has won 60 local and international awards in the fields of STEM. In 2019, Team Hope of Syria came in FIRST place in the Robotics World Championship, competing against 190 teams!

Your donation will help us to support the quality education of  3,000 refugee children! All funds raised will go directly to our Education Program and will provide access to life-changing innovative education that develops knowledge, confidence and strong interpersonal qualities. 

TODAY, you CAN help us prevent Syria’s lost generation and support Syria’s future engineers, doctors and scientists.
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