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Gharsah association was established in 2014 in the Bekaa region of Lebanon by a group of Syrian activists and multidisciplinary professionals wishing to contribute to alleviating the multiple hardships of Syrian refugees through educational, psychosocial, and civil empowerment for children, adolescents, and women.
Gharsah Center works with two primary programs focused on children and women.
Every year around 250 children in KG levels receive remedial and preparatory classes at Gharsah and more than 500 women receive educational training.
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Empowering Syrian refugee children and women through quality and gender-just education.
We aim to support Syrian refugee children and women to develop their capabilities in an environment free of gender-based violence. In order to strengthen their roles within their communities and boost their academic and socio-emotional skills.
Everyone, including future generations, is empowered to contribute towards building a future Syria based on values of equality and justice.
We envision a world where Syrian women enjoy equal opportunities that enable them to thrive and realize their full potential in life. We also strive to create a world where all Syrian children are able to access their right to a quality and gender-just education.
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