This story was first published on UNICEF's website.
UNICEF is supporting children whose education has been disrupted by the conflict in Syria to continue learning.
In Al-Hasakeh governorate, as part of UNICEF’s new digital learning program in Syria, a number of home-based learning points -volunteered by community members or teachers to compliment learning centers- started using the digital tools.
UNICEF supported the light rehabilitation of these home-based learning points and equipped them with a laptop, a projector, and a portable alternative power source.
In the program, teachers rely on presenting videos and facilitating interactive activities on the Learning Passport platform, based on the UNICEF-supported self-learning program, especially designed to remedy the learning gaps of students who missed out on periods of education.
The teachers were also supported with a training on the digitalized self-learning program and the Learning Passport.