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    Young Rappers Work to Educate Syria’s Refugee Childreni
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    January 14, 2016 10:49 PM
    Campaigners are appealing for world leaders to raise $750 million at a donors’ conference next month to fund education for a million Syrian refugee children living in Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan. As Henry Ridgwell reports, they have produced a short movie to highlight the transformational opportunities a place like school can have.

    Young Rappers Work to Educate Syria’s Refugee Children

    Published January 14, 2016

    Campaigners are appealing for world leaders to raise $750 million at a donors’ conference next month to fund education for a million Syrian refugee children living in Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan. As Henry Ridgwell reports, they have produced a short movie to highlight the transformational opportunities a place like school can have.


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