The Wisdom House Project
Update: October 7, 2019
Welcome back, students!
After nearly two months of being displaced after the bombardment of our village, most of the residents returned to their homes. The Wisdom House welcomed a new class of Kindergarteners on October 1st, beginning our fourth year of operation. All five teachers prepared the school for students and distributed balloons, stationary, and welcome gifts for the excited students.
Tomorrow's Dawn Women's Center
In August of 2017, we began a center for women to empower those who have been widowed by war and to support community-building and civil service. Most of the attendees have been displaced and can now learn a new skill from the courses offered by Tomorrow's Dawn including nursing/ first aid, cosmetology, jewelry making, home economics, English, Arabic, and we even have a theatre troupe!
The Wisdom House Kindergarten
Our initiative began during the summer of 2016. Our third year of Kindergarten students began in August 2018. Each year provides quality education for over 130 students, mostly orphans and displaced from the war.
- bus for transportation and field trips
- rent for underground space
- generator, heaters, fuel storage tanks
- stationary, printers, computers, projectors, white boards, school supplies, playground equipment
- other items as available
- fuel for bus, generators, and heaters
- 5 teachers
- 4 staff (bus driver, administration, logistics, janitorial)
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