More than 500,000 Syrian refugee children live in Lebanon. They bear the brunt of the crisis. Thirty per cent of school-age children never went to school, primary school enrolment fell by 25 per cent in 2022, and the upward trend in child labor among Syrian children continued, with at least 27,825 Syrian refugee children entering the labor market. One in five girls between the ages of 15 and 19 is married. 

We believe that "children are the future", so we seek to create a bright future where children enjoy all their rights, where children are protected and we seek to break down barriers to the education of thousands of refugee children.