Tent Schools International Helps Many School-aged Afghan Refugees and their Families with Education Supplies

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The U.S. and other countries have ended evacuation efforts in Afghanistan. Thousands fled the Taliban’s rule over the country.

Anne Hamming of Tent Schools International says up to half of these refugees may be “school-aged children from zero to 17. While they’re on the move, of course, they are missing school. And God willing, once they find a safe place (not under immediate threat, shelter from the elements, food, and access to basic medical care) their children are again likely not to have access to school.”

Tent School’s work

Without schooling, the situation won’t get any better for these children. That’s why Tent Schools International works with refugee students in places like Lebanon, where they have started a mobile school on a truck. Learn more here.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller


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