Back to the Future school project

School readiness, inclusion and retention for child victims of the Syrian crisis in Lebanon and Jordan

Back to the Future

Back to the Future school project
Who we are

Funded by the EU, we are a consortium of four partners from Italy and the Netherlands. We work together closely with partners from Lebanon and Jordan. Find out more about who we are here.

Back to the Future school project
Our work

Over the course of nearly three years, our project will support 21,722 Syrian, Jordanian and Lebanese children, by providing remedial classes, homework support and rehabilitating schools. Find more about our work here.

Back to the Future school project
Our objectives
  • Access to education for Syrian, Jordanian and Lebanese children.
  • Promote school enrolment and improve retention in the formal education system.
  • Increase awareness about the right of children to access education.

Project in two countries:

Lebanon – Jordan

Locations of our educational activities:

In our ‘Back to the Future’ educational centers we provide (see map):

  • Community-based early childhood education (CB-ECE)
  • Basic literacy and numeracy (BLN)
  • Foreign language course (FLC)
  • Homework support (HWS)

At governmental schools, we support children enrolled in schools with remedial classes, homework support and foreign language classes (BLN, HWS and FLC). In our own educational centers, we support children enrolled and not yet enrolled in schools with classes (CB-ECE, BLN, FLC and HWS). 

Back to the Future school project

All children have the right to an education

This project is funded by the EU Regional Trust Fund in response to the Syrian Crisis – the ʻMadad Fundʼ – and is implemented by AVSI, War Child Holland, Terre des Hommes Italia and Terre des Hommes Netherlands.

A project in collaboration run by