Because education is very essential for future development, IHR considers providing education a priority step. Through establishing many schools, IHR aims at raising educated mindful children who are capable of building their lives and defending their case. IHR established many schools in diverse residential areas to facilitate receiving education for all children. We make sure that education is provided for every child, because educating one child is an accomplishment for the future. In addition, by investing in multiple projects, IHR offers teaching job opportunities refugees and other vulnerable people.
Al Amal Teaching Centers
Lebanon: Beqaa
2017/2018 Academic yesr
Number of beneficiaries
2870 student is the total number of students that the schools can hold yearly
183 teacher and administrative
9 Centers

Education is a basic human right and a significant factor in the development of children, communities, and countries. Opening classroom doors to all children, especially Syrian boys and girls located in Bekaa Valley, whom were forced to not to pursue their education due to the current conflict in their country. This will help break the intergenerational chains of poverty because education is intrinsically linked to all development goals, such as supporting gender empowerment, improving child health and maternal health, reducing hunger, fighting the spread of HIV and diseases of poverty, spurring economic growth, and building peace.

Al-Amal Vocational Training Center
Lebanon : Akaar ‘Halba’
since 1/7/2015 till now
Number of beneficiaries
To benefit 220 young syrian refugee students who are currently located in Halba area – North Lebanon and who have no career or craft to work and gain daily income from it.

This project aims to help and support the Syrian refugees in this area (Halba) to gain vocational information all long with practical experience that allow them to easily work and gain daily income.
The project tends to improve the qualifications and capabilities of the Syrian refugee in Halba area in different domains (Sewing, Electricity, Electronics and Mechanics) for a period of six months where they will be trained by technical and administrative experts and that will help them gain the proper theoretical science and practical experience to be able to run their career later on.

Al Amal Schools
Lebanon : Aarsal Border town – Northern Beqaa
since 1/9/2014 till now
Number of beneficiaries
1920 student is the total number of students that the schools can hold yearly
120 teacher and administrative

This project guarantees the enrollment for those children in schools and to have their right in being educated as well as to lower the percentage of schools dropout that is increasing rapidly.

This project will also includes providing the students with educational services and curriculums that meets the international standards for schools and the International Humanitarian Relief guarantees its free of charge and its sustainability for all students.

Not to forget that psychologists and doctors specialized in general health will be doing periodic visits on all the students to provide them with the necessary psychological support and will be doing general tests to make sure that they are in good health

University scholarship
2014/2015 session
Number of beneficiaries
22 university students

Since to be completing his/her education is a basic right for each student refugee who was deprived from completing his/her studies due to the current war in ٍٍٍٍٍٍSyria since 3 years and since they will be the ones who will build again what war has destroyed in Syria, the International Humanitarian Relief – IHR will be starting a collage scholarship project who guarantees to pay all the university premiums for the 22 beneficiary who couldn’t complete their studies due to their inability to pay these premiums since in Lebanon the collage premiums are normally high compared to other countries.