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Huda sits second from right in a class at the East Amman Charity Centre. ©UNICEF/Jordan2014/Athanasiadis

Huda sits second from right in a class at the East Amman Charity Centre. ©UNICEF/Jordan2014/Athanasiadis

“I will write your name, my country, on the sun that never sets” sings Huda with her friends at a music class. The 17-year old from Dera’a, regularly attends activities at the East Amman Charity Centre during her school holidays. After missing two years of education when the conflict began in Syria, she’s now back at school in Jordan. Following a few months catch up classes at the East Amman Centre, she was accepted into a public school. The centre helped 60 children to return to formal school in 2013 and at the same time provided basic education opportunities and life skills to more than 1,500 children and their families.

Find out how UNICEF Jordan is reaching ‘stay at home’ children through critical learning opportunities.

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