SABIS® a lebanese educational firm teams up with the Clooney Foundation for Justice in a project to educate refugees out of school children in Lebanon...... The aim of the foundation is to educate more than 250,000 children refugee. This represents about half of the children in Lebanon who are not in school. Some of the children have not even seen what a classroom looks like.
George Clooney said. “That leads to a horrible outcome a decade from now, a generation from now.” he further added. “Let’s not lose an entire generation of people because they happened to be born in the wrong place at the wrong time.”
Carl Bistany, president of SABIS® indicated that they would be building temporary schools where there are high concentrations of refugee children. The use of technology would be vital in educating these children. Bistany stated. “The plan is to launch up to 10 schools as close as possible to the communities with the highest need in September 2017.”

Listen to George Clooney in the below video.

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