Finding Hope in Education Hibah is a twenty-nine-year-old Syrian refugee and a mother of two girls, Sabi and Rukan. She escaped the scenes of bombing, war and violence and came to settle in South of Lebanon seeking refuge and safety. “When we reached South Lebanon, we lived in primitive conditions in informal tented… Read more »
Category: Middle East
Serving the Refugee Community in Lebanon For so many people fleeing the war in Syria, Lebanon became a place of refuge. Tens of thousands of refugees crossed the borders, including the parents of 7-year-old Fariha. Although safety from war was found, life was far from easy. One of 7 siblings, Fariha and her family… Read more »
Ahmad is a young Syrian boy whose family was forced to flee home due to violence in their country. They settled in Jordan, but are very poor and struggle to survive. Ahmad began attending a local OP education project and his life began to change.
We’re transforming the lives of young refugee children in Lebanon by offering them opportunities for education which are opening their hearts to dream about the future.
Life changing is when a child picks up a violin instead of a gun, and loves it…and calls us asking when he can come and practice….and we go pick him up.”
With a heart to serve single mothers and their children, Orphan’s Promise has partnered with CBN Israel to serve the needs of the most vulnerable.
For the last several years, Orphan’s Promise has been partnering with a local ministry, Heart for Lebanon, to reach and educate Syrian refugee children.