Education Center

Education Center

Remedial Education

Bareeq Education opened its flagship education center in the Nazal area, now serving 350 refugee k-12 children and teenagers in Jordan.

Jordan hosts a total of 600,000 Syrian refugees with an additional 1 million believed to be unregistered with the U.N. who have fled the violent civil war. Additionally, Jordan has tens of thousands of refugees from other nations escaping violent conflict within their home countries. War, trauma, and fleeing their homes, has the clear adverse effects on a child, including education, and physical and emotional trauma.

To address these issues, The education center offers remedial education, art therapy, and vocational courses for their parents to assist them in finding jobs or starting their own business.

The remedial education program assists children in making up for lost time and teaching them courses suited for their own level to support them in reaching their full academic and emotional potential. Additionally, the art program has had proven therapeutic results on children who have felt the trauma of war, loss, and being uprooted from their homes.

The school also hosts vocational courses for the parents in English, Arabic, computers, sewing, and cooking.

Children with Special Needs

Bareeq also provides specialized services and education to war-affected children who suffer learning difficulties, speech problems, women fighting illiteracy, psychologically traumatized children, and students who have mental disabilities.  

Female Empowerment

Believing that to build a productive generation you need to educate the mothers, we sponsor courses catered to adult women covering Computer Literacy, Arabic and English Typing, English Language, Family Education, and vocational courses such as Cooking, and Tailoring within the education center. Many refugee children are unable to attend school as in many cases they are required to work to provide for their family. The reasons for these vary from the lack of well-paying opportunities to the provider of the family being separated or deceased as a result of the war. By providing the mothers with the tools to provide for their families, Bareeq hopes that it will allow the children the freedom to attend school and empower their mothers to be independent. 

There is a high number of cases of abuse towards female refugees. Additionally, these financial strains have led to a high number of daughters and female family members being sold for marriage or prostitution against their will. By providing education and vocational training to women, we hope that women can be empowered as independent breadwinners.

Some Recent Education Center Projects We’ve Done