Al Madad Scholarship Program In Partnership With United World Colleges

This new academic year, starting in September 2016, will see three recipients of the Al Madad Foundation Scholarship Program begin attending UWC Atlantic College. One of those attending is Mohammed Akel, a 16 year old Palestinian refugee living in Lebanon. Sitting in one of our camp’s alleys and reading about people who lived all over the globe instilled in me a respect for diversity and a burning desire to be an advocate for those who are […]

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Educate While You Exercise!

Join Nadia for an exclusive 1:1 Free Your Spine (FYS) Pilates class and raise money for refugee and disadvantaged children across the Middle East! Nadia Dahlawi is trained in Body Control Pilates, Level 3 Mat-work and Garuda Dhara (Chair), available in the in central London and Beaconsfield area for classes and private sessions. For 5 exclusive days in April, she is generously offering her private fee as a donation to Al Madad Foundation in aid […]

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Patrick’s Amazing #ClimbLondon Challenge

    In the very early hours of a dark and cold Saturday morning in January, Al Madad Foundation supporter, Patrick Gallagher, was ready to embark on an epic stair-climbing challenge, after already having endured a marathon-length run around London. This was the latest in a series of personal challenges set by Patrick to support our deserving educational projects in the Middle East. The previous feat, which saw him running four of Britain’s toughest marathons in […]

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Thank You Thomas’s Kensington

Once again, the students of Thomas’s Kensington have kindly donated unisex warm winter jackets to the vulnerable Syrian refugee and host children we support in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. The jackets are in great condition and arrived just in time for the bitter winter months! They are already being enjoyed by boys and girls attending lessons in our Classroom-on-a-Bus, a service dedicated to children who are struggling to access formal education in more remote parts of […]

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4.3 million Syrians are now refugees

More than half of refugees leaving Syria are under 18 years of age and this surge in young people is overwhelming Lebanon’s academic institutions; schools are struggling and simply cannot accommodate them. A growing number of school-age Syrian refugee children are now out of school in Lebanon. A recent report by Save the Children estimates that the figure stands at nearly 80% which overshadows the number of Lebanese children currently in public schools. It is crucial to provide […]

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