School in Lebanon

About School in Lebanon

More than half a million of Syrian refugee children, being hosted by the small country of Lebanon, are often called the “lost generation” because most of them have no access to education. The government does not allow any permanent infrastructures for the refugees, so Acronis Foundation is constructing a large, stable tent, which will allow more than 250 children to study shifts. The community actively helps with school construction as this is an opportunity to create something meaningful and sustainable for their children.



School in Lebanon

About School in Lebanon

More than half a million of Syrian refugee children, being hosted by the small country of Lebanon, are often called the “lost generation” because most of them have no access to education. The government does not allow any permanent infrastructures for the refugees, so Acronis Foundation is constructing a large, stable tent, which will allow more than 250 children to study shifts. The community actively helps with school construction as this is an opportunity to create something meaningful and sustainable for their children.