Volunteers in solidarity with Syria and Lebanon
This summer 2014 saw the second edition of our special Ramadan Volunteers Programme. From the beginning of July till the end of September, 21 international volunteers stayed at our Peace Centre in Bkarzla (North Lebanon) in solidarity with Syrian refugees and Lebanese in need. We united people from around the world and from all confessions around this common cause and we worked hard to bring more Syrians back into school. By now, we could increase the total reach of our educational activities to more than 700 students. A great thank-you to all our volunteers and staff members for this tremendous job! And a thank-you also to our donors from around the world who made it possible.
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Project Peace Centre 2017
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We wish to maintain full transparency with regard to our expenditure. We were established in 2013 and 2014 was our first official year of exercise. You can download our Annual Reports under the section R&R Reports. Here some statistics on the financial records 2016:
We are also transparent with regard to our funding. We publish every single donation on our website. Please find below the latest entries in our donors' registry.
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Welcome to R&R
You are on the homepage of Relief & Reconciliation for Syria AISBL, an international non-profit organisation under Belgian law that is combining peacebuilding with humanitarian aid for those affected by the Syrian crisis. We are uniting different communities around a common cause: the future of the youth. We opened our first Peace Centre and a refugee camp school in the North of Lebanon, only 12 km from the Syrian border. Read more on the following pages about who we are and what we do.