Help students in Syria return to school after over a decade of war, natural disaster and destruction.
High school graduates are unable to find opportunities to pursue higher education, and over 2.4 million students are unable to attend school at all. An entire generation’s growth, as well as Syria’s development, is at stake.
Education is a right, not a privilege.
Students who were forced to stop their education are now able to resume their studies at the International University of Science and Renaissance (I-USR), a private, nonprofit, hybrid online/campus-based university.
Help address the essential need for higher education as well as developmental education and training in Syria.
Education plays a vital role in any country’s growth and development, and it is one of the most underfunded sectors in the Syrian response. Health and Medical Sciences, Computer Information Engineering, Economics & Business Administration, and other vital topics are among the 20 undergraduate degrees offered.
YOUR SUPPORT WILL CHANGE LIVES
Your donation to I-USR will allow displaced Syrian students to continue their education, earn a degree, and build their future, as well as the future of Syria. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Right now in Syria, over 2.4 million students are out of school. Nearly 40% are girls. Children that able to attend school lack the resources necessary to offer quality education. Whether that’s overcrowded classrooms, or buildings with inadequate water and sanitation facilities, electricity, heating and ventilation.
High school graduates are unable to find opportunities to pursue higher education due to the thousands of schools that have been bombed in the last ten years. One in three schools can no longer be used because it has been damaged, destroyed, or occupied. The current state of Syria’s Education sector will hinder the country’s future economic growth and contributions to local and global development.
By donating to SRD today, you can help change the future of Syria’s
young generations, and help provide them with the opportunities they
deserve to pursue their dreams.