Bright Faces is a project to provide formal education to underprivileged displaced refugee children (grade 1 to 9) at Atmeh Refugee camp on the Syrian Turkish border, Idleb, Syria.
The school will be under supervision of The Syrian Educational commission; a non-profit civil org. Founded in Turkey by a group of Syrian Educators who worked hard on updating the entire Syrian curriculum from grade 1 to 12 to match the Syrian people dreams in building future Syria on the basis of justice, respect of human rights and democracy.
Peace and Progress International with our partner Human Concern International as well as free men and women across the globe will work together to provide little hope through this educational project to underprivileged Syrian kids.
We are promoting human rights for all Syrians, right of access to education against illiteracy, gender equality, rights of minority groups to practice their culture and language and the right of any child to safe and nourishing environment.
Our future plan is to expand the enrolment of the school and then to build another school for 10 – 12th grade and to provide further assistance to graduates in choosing their future carrier.