Protective environments and educational opportunities for vulnerable out-of-school children in Lebanon
Back to the Future
The “Back to the Future” project aims to ensure that vulnerable girls and boys in marginalized communities in Lebanon have access to inclusive quality education. The project ensures the provision of educational opportunities for out-of-school children at the community level through non-formal education programs. Moreover, the project provides a protective environment and supports the wellbeing of children and their families to support their engagement in educational activities.
In phases I, III, and III , the project was funded by the EU Regional Trust Fund in response to the Syrian Crisis (The EU Madad Fund).
Phases IV and V of the “Back to the Future” project is funded by European Union Humanitarian Aid.
Back to the Future IV – ACHIEVEMENTS
TEACHERS IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
STUDENTS AND CAREGIVERS PROVIDED WITH PSS SERVICES
Back to the Future V – TARGETS
CHILDREN ATTENDING NFE PROGRAMS
CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES PROVIDED WITH SPECIALIZED SERVICES
CHILDREN BENEFITTING FROM CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
TEACHERS SUPPORTED THROUGH PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CAREGIVERS ENGAGED IN PSS SERVICES
The European Union (EU) and its Member States are the world’s leading donor of humanitarian aid. EU humanitarian action embodies the principle of solidarity, as laid down in the Lisbon Treaty, which states that the EU will provide assistance, relief and protection for victims of natural and human-made disasters and encourage cooperation between Member States to this aim.
Relief assistance is an expression of European solidarity with people in need around the world. Through its Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations department, the EU helps millions of victims of conflict and disasters every year. With headquarters in Brussels and a global network of field offices, the EU provides assistance to the most vulnerable people on the basis of humanitarian needs.
Walaa’s First Steps in Education
“Back to the Future” gives an opportunity to Walaa to take her first steps in education through
the “I Learn From Home” remote learning program.