Why: There are over 50 Million refugees children on the move, with more the with little to no access to education nor a safe environment. Half of these are are girls, whom are subject to greater likelihoods of rape, human trafficking, abuse throughout their entire lives.
The lack of education, support network, linguistic barriers that refugees face after being displaced to foreign land can result to generational gaps in education. Statistically under-educated societies have shown a 10% increase in underemployment rates in comparison to educated societies. The reality it that 30,000 per year die for each 1% increase in unemployment. The economic and humanitarian
Good news: According to a recent study in a Syrian Refugee camp, 86% own mobile handsets.
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