Help Us Get Back Home!

Can you imagine living with your children in an environment full of crime, lack of freedom, limited food and portable shelters?

Unfortunately over 85 000 refugees fled the war in Syria and are living in inhumane conditions. What was meant to be a temporary infrastructure for many has turned into a permanent community. Although little hope for the future looks unimaginable, walls in Zaatari’s classrooms are lined with pictures and captions: “Help us back home.”Thousands Of Syrian Refugees Seek Shelter In Makeshift Camps In Jordan

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Currently I am working at a public school on the Gold Coast. I have been teaching for 29 years with expertise in Early Childhood. I am presently a curriculum and pedagogy coach.

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