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First, we identity an international crisis area and assess our ability to enter and impact the people seeking refuge there. Second, we connect with like-minded partners based within their countries of origin who have the capacity to establish learning environments serving displaced children within that region. Third, we fund a tent school – a physical space for learning.
Through our LEAP program, we provide desktop and laptop computers for educational access as well as job training opportunities for refugee youth. Each laptop is equipped with basic programs and internet safety software. We also offer technological training for new Americans with former refugee status who are now living the United States (currently based in Grand Rapids, MI).
Our set of three trauma-informed guides are designed to equip educators, mentors and parents to come alongside children who have experienced trauma due to displacement or other circumstances, removing barriers to learning.
If you are an individual or entity serving displaced populations through compassionate education, you may apply for a grant from Tent Schools International.