Refugee Education Assistance Program (EAP)

Reaching Needy Children With The Gospel Through Partnership With Local Christian Schools
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We help Syrian refugee children displaced from the war and local kids from poor families go to school and learn about Jesus too!

Help Us Put More Kids Into Christian Schools

Our 2021/2022 EAP program is now primarily focused on enrolling children into Christian-run schools to ensure they not only get a good education, but a Biblical education too!

This not only provides the children with a quality education that includes the Gospel and chapel services, but our tuition payment program also provides crucial funding to keep multiple locally-run Christian education programs open and operational in our region.

This keeps local Christian schools open, teachers employed, families fed, and refugee children educated. In our view, it is a win-win situation for all!

Access to education is a big problem affecting Syrian refugee children. The UN estimates that barely half of all refugee kids are in primary schools, and less than 25% of teenagers attend middle/high schools.

We know kids that didn't go to school for almost 5 years but wished they could. They want to learn, and escape the drudgery of refugee life spent waiting for the war in Syria to end.

Why don't they go to school? Their parent's won't send them when it is a choice between school costs or enough food for their family to survive. 

These children often are put to work as early as age 10 to earn a little money for their families too.

Without access to quality education with caring, attentive teachers, these children are headed down a bad road in life of child labor and exploitation. 

To address this problem, we help Syrian refugees (and a few local children from poor families) go to Christian-run schools by covering the monthly costs of tuition at each program.

We cover the entire yearly tuition costs for each child, and are continually assessing their progress with parents and teachers to ensure they progress academically. 

At times, we also help past EAP students with transportation to local UN-backed schools if they're already enrolled and moving them would disrupt their hard-earned academic progress. This is a small percent of students we helped in years past.

We involve all children in regular outreach multiple times each year where they learn about Jesus and hear the Gospel.

We aren't able to do it alone though. We are thankful to God for the many people that committed to sponsor these children over the years, and we are hopeful for more sponsors to commit.

What does a sponsor need to do?

- A sponsor is asked to pray regularly for the child.

- To commit to provide up to $100 a month for school tuition costs (it can vary per child)

- To write a letter to the child once a school year (the child writes back too).

If you want to help by sponsoring a child monthly this can enable one more child to enter the EAP program, go to school, and hear the Gospel. Contact us to be assigned a child to sponsor. We have many waiting!

How You Can Help The 65 Children sponsored in this program:
Sponsor an EAP Child:
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100% Of What You Send Goes To Help The Children
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Please only do this after getting a child assigned to you.
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See The Latest EAP Related Updates posted by our team below:
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You Can Still Help Sponsor a Child to Attend a Christian School - EAP 2022

Dec 3 2021
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Mid-Summer Update: English Classes, Medicine Shortages & Bountiful Harvests

Aug 6 2021
Summer Refugee English Classes 2019
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Pray For Summer English Classes - August 2019 Update

Aug 29 2019
february 2019 refugee update
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A Stormy February: Refugee Education & Medical Update

Feb 27 2019

We are an all-volunteer relief group helping refugees because we believe this is what God wants us to do. All donations for projects like this go 100% to help the refugees who need it most and not towards our own organization's administrative costs or covering a staff payroll.

We are a registered 501c3. You can find us on GuideStar as well to validate our status.