Driving to a Brighter Future

The Back to the Future project sees children from refugee and host communities in Lebanon and Jordan reclaim their right to learn. These children face many barriers in accessing education. Yet transport isn't one of them – thanks to the efforts of drivers like Adel. Watch this video where he tells us his story…

Four child rights organisations have come together to ensure Syrian refugee children in Lebanon and Jordan can access education and vital psychosocial support.

The ‘Back to the Future’ project sees AVSI, Terre des Hommes Italy, Terre des Hommes Netherlands and War Child Holland - with the support of the European Union EU Madad Fund – address the needs of these children.

‘Back to the Future’ will run from 2017 to 2019 and will enable nearly 19,000 (18,682) refugee children in Lebanon and Jordan to go back to school. The aim of the project is to alleviate the impact of the Syrian crisis on the most vulnerable refugee children and their families, as well as host communities in Lebanon and Jordan.