KSA to pay $2m for education of Syrian children

Syrian children attend a class at the Nabaa Al-Hayat centre for education and psychological support for children in places undergoing crisis in the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta region on the outskirts of the capital, Damascus, in this October 22, 2014 photo.

Syrian children attend a class at the Nabaa Al-Hayat centre for education and psychological support for children in places undergoing crisis in the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta region on the outskirts of the capital, Damascus, in this October 22, 2014 photo.

Interior Minister and General Supervisor of the Saudi National Campaign to Support the Brothers in Syria Prince Mohammed bin Naif have decided to cover the tuition fees of 3,000 Syrian students who are now enrolled in Lebanese schools to the value of $700 per student.

The campaign will provide a total sum of more than $2 million to cover Syrian students’ tuition in Lebanon, which includes funds for their transportation and other associated education costs such as books and uniform.

 
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