A Glimmer of Hope for Syrian Refugee Children in Egypt
Children play, laugh, shout, talk, and run in the vast courtyard behind the green-colored gate of the Educational Center. Then the bell rings, and the tiny children line up and start heading to their classrooms, as formulated by the journalist Salwa Samir in “Almonitor” site. The Center is managed by Fard Foundation, an Egyptian nonprofit, which helps Egypt's Syrian refugees return to school. The Foundation is located in “6 of October City” outside Cairo, and this city houses thousands of Syrians, some of whom also own shops there. It is called Little Damascus due to the huge influx of Syrians.
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