Samira Al Allawi, 5 (wearing red shirt that looks like pajamas) participates in activities at the early childhood education center in Rajab, an informal tented settlement in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children ages 3 to 6 attend World Vision’s Early Childhood Education program at Rajab, an Informal Tented Settlement for Syrian refugees in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. The center opened in February 2016. Students learn English, math, Arabic, and science taught with a lot of songs and activities. In a half-day session, there’s also time for play and a meal.
Activities at the Early Childhood Education center offer the first experience of directed group activities for many of the children.