Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Dreams, Aspirations and Progress at Public Nurseries in Northern Bekaa through the Australian Embassy’s DAP

LOST's Newest project came to  marvelous conclusion, thanks to the generous donation of the Australian Embassy in Lebanon through the Direct Aid Program (DAP), Starting April 2015, LOST has implemented the project in Northern Bekaa, specifically in Hermel aiming at performing a refurbishing process to 16 nurseries that had suffered years of underfunding and neglecting.  The nurseries underwent several repairs ranging from painting, placing carpets to changing the tables, desks, and closets.  Each one of these nurseries was renewed according to a needs assessment LOST has done prior implementation.

The classes' new look reflects a more vivid atmosphere where the kids can enjoy school and develop in a safer child friendly environment. Health conditions have always been a mega priority that this renovation secured for the upcoming generations. This is a corner stone in building a brighter future for our upcoming generations; they can be the breath of fresh air this society needs, and we have just got to make sure they are well equipped for tomorrow; all development starts at a classroom.

Two project upcoming events are marked on the project’s calendar for next month. On Thursday May the 28th, 2015 an event will be held in Hermel as a commemoration of the project impact and on June 4th LOST will host the Ambassador of Australia in Lebanon, H.E Mr. Glenn Miles in its Bednayel branch to conclude the project.

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