Children of the Middle East are often called the “Lost Generation,” due to their hardships and scars from conflicts that stay with them their entire lives. One of those hardships are refugee children’s limited access to education. A child’s education determines their opportunities in the future, their social interactions, and, of course, their mental wellbeing. Blossom Hill understands not only the importance of access to education, but also the importance in providing the most innovative education possible. This is why organizations like UNICEF are interested in adopting the programs we use in order to empower refugee children.
Learn more about our education programs like the Montessori program, Science United Project, and more, and contribute to Blossom Hill to ensure that children of the Middle East are far from lost.