In addition to supporting 23 public schools, AMURT operates Non-Formal Education programmes for 200 students at a time to prepare them academically.
A six-month cycle basic learning programme (reading, writing, arithmetic) in Arabic for those who need it is followed by a twelve-month community school programme for Kindergarten and first grade supported by the Lebanese
Visits to the National Library was a first for many of the students.
A student proudly shows off his photographs exhibited at the Palace in the mountain capital.
AMURT refugee students who have completed their preparation to join formal education enjoy a special Graduation Ceremony.
Costumes for the event were enthusiastically prepared by Syrian women meeting regularly to receive vocational training under AMURT’s protection program.
Guest trainer, brother Vishvashanti from Denmark led Teachers and staff on a stimulating two-day workshop on Theater in Education in March.
Staff greatly appreciate a change in pace, and love to learn new skills they can apply in their work.
Regular trainings also help build trust and cooperation amongst the AMURT team.