Hope for Syria’s Young Talent



Samir, Abdulrahman and Mohamed are brothers who share a passion for music.  We can help share their story, their talent, and their potential.

But without education, the potential of hundreds of thousands of talented young Syrian children, refugees of the conflict, risks being lost.

Their potential needs your support: back our petition to secure the funding necessary to get 1 million Syrian refugee children into school - and back their futures.

World leaders responded to our call by promising to get every Syrian refugee in the region back into school this year at the the Syrian Donors Conference in London on February 4.

However, much of the promised money has not yet appeared.  We'll be monitoring who is and isn't keeping their promises - and holding them to account before the new school year starts. 

Join us and help keep up the pressure!  Every child has potential - and every child deserves the chance to realise it. 

To world leaders: 

Please do what’s needed to ensure that Syrian refugee children can go to school, fulfil their potential, and build a peaceful future for themselves and their country. Give Syrian children hope. 

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