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Amin Marei

The development of the “whole child” from early childhood through adolescence is critical to long-term development and success of all children. Blossom Hill is committed to providing innovative initiatives for refugee children that will not only prepare them for learning and academic success, but empower them with life skills as they continue to live under difficult conditions.

BH Fellow 2022
Amin Marei (Egypt)

As a researcher and a practitioner in the fields of early childhood development and education in conflict and post-conflict settings, Amin witnessed the importance of offering displaced and Syrian refugee children a nurturing developmental environment that their caregivers and teachers facilitate. That's when he decided to launch Zeedu, an early childhood development initiative that offers displaced Syrian parents and caregivers in Egypt an opportunity to provide their children (ages 0-4 years) personalized learning experiences, track their development, and support their growth and wellbeing. As a Blossom Hill Fellow, Amin will focus on how to offer parents and caregivers the necessary support to scaffold their children's learning and development.

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