Because refugee children should receive the emotional and educational support they need to meet developmental milestones.

Many children living in Ritsona have spent much, if not all, of their life as refugees, moving from place to place with their families in search of safety. This means that many young children in Ritsona are growing up without stability, and may have never had the opportunity to take part in necessary early childhood education. As an AUA intern or university chapter volunteer group, you’ll help global actors in camp to provide these children with the emotional and educational support they need to catch up to critical developmental milestones. Your work in Ritsona will help ensure that members of an entire generation of young refugees and forcibly displaced people have access to education during this crucial developmental time, leading to greater opportunities to thrive as they grow up in their new homes.
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