Lebanon (MNN) – For children who have experienced violence and lost everything, finding a sense of stability and consistency is vital. And though many organizations and ministries have tried to provide that over the years, lack of funding and resources often stops them short.
That’s been a challenge for Tent Schools International, an organization that helps provide educational opportunities for children in refugee camps throughout Lebanon.
“One of the challenges for the teachers that we work with is that they are Christians working in the refugee camps, and they see this as a mission,” Tent Schools’ Dale Dieleman says. “So they are very committed to being there. But they also have families and they need that support financially, as well as through prayer and through some resources and things like that just to keep things going on a daily basis.”
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