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With help from Anglican Aid supporters, the Good Shepherd School provides free schooling for Syrian refugee kids aged between 4 – 17 years old. Some are brought to school on buses that pick them up from the fields where they would otherwise be working, from 10 villages around the school. The school follows the Lebanese curriculum, and also teaches Bible stories and songs to the kids. 

Alongside this education for the future, the school provides household items to very needy families – such as food hampers, blankets, medicine, and soap for sanitation. 

Over the years the school has grown from 50 kids to more than 300 students – although attendance varies due to seasonal work that even children must participate in so that their families can support themselves. And these are the lucky kids – there are many hundreds more who don’t have the chance to go to school at all. 

Emil told us, “We give them tools to face the future. We tell them they have a father in heaven. In time, they are different. I cannot explain how joyful they become.” 

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JUNE 30, 2023

LEBANON: Learning and growing

Children are learning and growing in faith at the Good Shepherd School for refugees.

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FEBRUARY 3, 2022

Lebanon: Growing Hearts and Minds

Read about how Good Shepard School is helping grow the hearts and minds of young Syrian refugees.

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JUNE 30, 2023

LEBANON: Learning and growing

Children are learning and growing in faith at the Good Shepherd School for refugees.

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FEBRUARY 3, 2022

Lebanon: Growing Hearts and Minds

Read about how Good Shepard School is helping grow the hearts and minds of young Syrian refugees.

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