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Recently, Blossom Hill Fellows Alexandra Clare and Marcello Bonatto launched their Web Development Bootcamp in Sanaa, Yemen. The boot camp has enrolled 16 aspiring young girls and boys, with an average age of 20, who do not have access to quality education and employment. It will enable them to learn 21st-century skills, such as technical […]

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Wonder what it’s like to be a Blossom Hill Fellow? If you are a social entrepreneur with an innovative idea that can transform the lives of refugee children from the Middle East, make sure to watch this video. We can turn your ideas into programs on the ground. Applications for are now open and due […]

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Blossom Hill is thrilled to announce that the application for our fifth Annual Blossom Hill Fellowship Program is now open on our website! Our Fellowship Program funds sustainable programs, products or projects in various disciplines including education, science, technology, art and others to respond to humanitarian needs for up to $50,000 a year. Fellowships are […]

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As children are gearing up for a new school year around the world, in conflict-affected places like Kabul, Afghanistan, Blossom Hill Fellows’ Ahmad Rostami and Furogh Mirdad’s vocational training school just held their graduation ceremony. The spate of recent bombings in Kabul delayed the graduation, which was held on August 26 for their students who […]

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Blossom Hill Fellow Erika Gillette has just returned from another successful trip to Greece, where she has been managing the Science United Project (SUP). SUP delivers science education to displaced students in informal educational settings, like refugee camps or community centers. This past month, she and her team piloted new science lessons on physics and […]

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