Education Support Program

Education Support Program

Education Funding Needs For Children in Emergencies

Currently, only 2.6% of humanitarian funds go to education. This stands in stark contrast to the learning needs of children during and in the aftermath of conflict and emergencies.

Schools protect children from the physical dangers around them – including abuse and exploitation. They provide lifesaving food, water, health care and hygiene supplies.  These safe spaces also offer psychosocial support, giving children stability and structure to help them cope with the trauma they experience daily. Parents and children affected by crises consistently cite education as a top priority. Providing access to education can help secure a more promising future of some of the most marginalized segements of society.

Education is a Lifeline for Children in Crises

For children in emergencies, education is about more than the right to learn. When children are educated, entire communities benefit.

Education for children is severely underfunded and under-resourced.  Whether they be a migrant, refugee or internally displaced, a child is a child. And every child has the right to an education. Without an education, how will they gain knowledge and skills to rebuild their lives? How will they be able to chart a path to a more peaceful and prosperous future for themselves, their families, their communities and the world? Their current circumstance should no dictate their future. Education support provides the essential tools and motivation needs to tread the path of scholars and experts in any field these children choose. 

Finding ways to provide education for uprooted children will require funding, creativity and commitment. 

Together, we can, and must, find solutions so every refugee child can go to school and learn.

Syrian Refugees & Rohingya Refugee Child Care Center = $720/student/year

University fees for Syrian, Palestinian, Yemeni Refugees & Orphans in Pakistan = $3,300/student/year

School Luncheon Program for 300 Orphans in Mogadishu, Somalia = $1,000/11-students/year

Completion Grades 11-14th for Orphans in Pakistan = $365/orphan/year

Provision of Caravan of Hope School for Syrian Refugees = $14,000/one-time

Operational Cost of Caravan of Hope School for Syrian Refugees = $12,000/year

Eradicating Illiteracy for Syrian Refugees & Children in Pakistan = $365/student/year

Your Support Can Make A Lasting Impact

  • HHRD’s School of Excellence located in Mogadishu, Somalia provides an education to 250 orphan students between K and 4th grade.
  • HHRD Middle East & North Africa (MENA) is supporting 1640 students through its Education Support Program established for Syrian refugees in 2015.
  • HHRD’s Higher Education Support Program provides 90 students with scholarships in Jordanian and Lebanese Universities.
  • More than 45 schools are being supported, plus around 500 individual students are receiving a value-based education across 38 districts in Pakistan.

All funds raised for 'ESP - Education Support Program' will exclusively be designated towards the 'ESP - Education Support Program' and other related Funds; after fundraising and administrative expenses. Note: When donating please mention the level of support you are choosing in the comments section. 

HHRD Recognized Amongst Top Zakat Charity

HHRD�s philanthropic programs have not gone unnoticed, we are ranked among the top-rated Zakat Eligible Charity in the USA. HHRD received an overall score of 98.23 out of 100, reflecting the trust HHRD has earned with US based donors

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