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Blossom Hill Fellow Sara Vispi recently opened the fall semester at the ANKAA vocational school in Athens. More than 200 refugee youth came to register and were able to choose from among 35 exciting courses. From Greek language classes to screenprinting, electricity to tailoring, the skills that students can learn or improve on are very […]

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Over the last year, our Fellows have worked tirelessly to reach thousands of refugee children and youth from the Middle East who have been affected by conflict and war. Their bold programs have allowed our beneficiaries to thrive, turning their hopes to reality. From a Montessori school for early learners to coding schools for youth […]

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The students and mentors of Blossom Hill Fellow Fereshteh Forough’s coding school participated in the first Telecommunication and Information Exhibition in Herat, Afghanistan. They showcased their amazing work including the social games and apps they have coded as well as graphic design projects. Their booths were exceptionally busy as visitors tested out their games and […]

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As of 2018, only 55 percent of about 1.5 million school-age Syrian children in Turkey are going to school. School drop-out rates increase as children go into high school although completion of education is mandatory in the country. Among the refugee population, this is largely due to language barriers, discrimination, financial difficulties, child labor, and […]

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Leonie Zikos and Ruth Lockwood, our new Blossom Hill Fellows, are bringing much hope and to the Syrian refugee children living in Cappadocia, Turkey. Their unique psychosocial program that uses puppetry and drama to overcome the trauma of war, they are giving these children a second chance for a normal childhood and teaching them skills […]

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Blossom Hill turns 10! Over the last decade, our Fellows have worked tirelessly to reach tens of thousands of refugee children and youth from the Middle East who have been affected by conflict and war. Their bold programs have allowed our beneficiaries to thrive, turning their hopes to reality. But even as we celebrate a […]

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Blossom Hill Fellow Lexi Shereshewsky opened the doors to Blossom Hill’s Montessori-inspired Early Childhood Center for the fall session. This is the first and only early childhood center serving the refugee population in Azraq, Jordan. The children are very excited to be in school and there is a waiting list for others from the community. […]

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