Schooling without a School…

 

There are in other cases no easily access to school for Syrian refugee children and many are finding themselves without any education and losing the skills they had learned in school until they were forced to flee or lost their school. NuDay Syria focuses on women and their children and on empowerment through independence and self-reliance.

Freedom School Efforts – Or The Little Engine That Could!

 

NuDay Syria’s Outreach & Empowerment Center in Antakya offers both sewing, teaching and knitting social business opportunities to women and found that most of the mothers there were not able to send their children to school, leaving hundreds and hundreds of children with no formal schooling option. After a year of active community participation and halaqa classes, NuDay School is now under way and the children cannot wait for the opportunities that are awaiting them
     
Yes, learning is a right for every child and learning in freedom is even more so!

How You can Help

 

Our efforts in our Outreach & Empowerment Center are completely relying on donations from people just like you. You would be surprised to see how far $1 goes when everyone is focused to ensure the best for these children. In addition to regular donations, then your community can find creative ways of donating including making bake sales, doing alternative potlucks or events with proceeds going to ensure these Syrian children can learn.
 
We are always in need of volunteers who want to visit Antakya and spend some time with these kids, teaching academics or skills, holding therapy or empowerment classes. Really, the sky is the limit for what we can offer them and in the meantime the message of love and hope is ever encompassing.
   
If you are a community leader or teacher, then our children would love letters from friends here either alone or with care packages. We would send these outreaches of love with visitors to the Outreach Center or NuDay School.

NuDay Syria is committed to educating displaced Syrian children - children who have already lost many years without any formal schooling due to the crisis. An entire new generation is at stake. The need to fulfill this goal is immense.

The reality is that over half of the refugees who have left Syria are young kids. Very few of them are getting any formal education in the host country’s school system. Education is not only a way to a means of ending up with good jobs and an educated mind, it is also the answer to not growing up with resentment and hate, but instead with hope and enthusiasm for the future.

Education for Syrian refugee children means new training in critical thinking and freedom of thought. The students of today will be the builders of a new Syria tomorrow with new visions and an educated outlook towards the future.

freedom school  

 

These kids here have been out of school for years like most Syrian refugee children. Join NuDay Syria’s efforts as we launch a formal K-12 school for hundreds of these children in Antakya, Turkey.

freedom school  

 

These kids here have been out of school for years like most Syrian refugee children. Join NuDay Syria’s efforts as we launch a formal K-12 school for hundreds of these children in Antakya, Turkey.

freedom school  

 

These kids here have been out of school for years like most Syrian refugee children. Join NuDay Syria’s efforts as we launch a formal K-12 school for hundreds of these children in Antakya, Turkey.