When a community gets access to quality education, it can change just about everything. It can improve health, grow local economies, and empower women.
This joint report from the World Council of Churches and Norwegian Church Aid underlines the needs of religious minorities in Syria and Iraq. With data from 4000 people, it provides a detailed insight into current protection needs of Christians and other religious minorities in these countries.
After conducting a series of in-depth interviews and this data analyzed thematically, this brief paper captures the reasons why their volunteer approach has been effective and reveals best practices and lessons learned through their experience. Volunteer Lessons Learned – Casa Semente
Useful tool our team developed and utilizes to conduct community study prior to any project design. Community Study Guide
Fascinating report, conducted with our partner SAT7, highlighting the needs and opportunities in providing education through media in an area where instability and number of languages spoken add to the challenge. Educational Needs and Opportunities – read it here
This paper outlines some of the prominent, influential and charitable roles which Christians have played, and continue to play, in Syrian and Iraqi societies; including in education, culture and arts, social affairs, politics, economics, humanitarian assistance and religious activities. Church Syria and Iraq – Read it here
This report summarises the findings of a rigorous review on the role and impact of philanthropic and religious schools in developing countries.
The Strategy outlines the objectives and main activities that will support UNHCR’s priority on access to quality education for refugees.
A few weeks ago, I was sharing with a friend at my church in London about my research with churches in Lebanon.
An entire generation of Syrian children and youth are living through conflict and displacement. They are on the verge of being a lost generation
This report provides a description, achievements and lessons learned from Served’s projects initiated and implemented during 2015.
United Nations UNHCR Report