Hundreds of children have graduated from JCC’s kindergarten program.
Being a child in a refugee camp means facing lots of uncertainty at a very young age. In addition to food and water being scarce, education is generally not easily accessible. Some children were born in the camps, while others fled with their families at a very young age. Either way, living in a refugee camp means children may not learn crucial cognitive and social skills.
Since 1950, the Joint Christian Committee for Social Service (JCC) has provided skills training and services to refugees living in a refugee camp in Lebanon. One of their incredible initiatives is a kindergarten program where children can engage in learning in a happy and secure place.
Hundreds of children have graduated from JCC’s kindergarten program with the skills they need to thrive. After graduating, children continue in schools that welcome the basic knowledge and values they have learned.
Your generosity through Mission and Service helps keep children learning all around the world. Thank you.