As previously discussed, life in Za’atari is not easy for girls or for anyone wanting to implement a program into the community.
It is going to be crucial for this FLS to work with the the NGO such as
Education is increasingly viewed as the “fourth pillar”, or a “central pillar”, of humanitarian response, alongside the pillars of nourishment, shelter and health services (Norwegian Refugee Council et. al., 1999: 26; Midttun, 2000a: 3–4; ICWAC, 2000: 9). Children are vulnerable and dependent, and they are developing, not only physically but mentally and emotionally. “The sudden and violent onset of emergencies, the disruption of families and community structures … deeply affect the physical and psychological wellbeing of refugee children” (UNHCR, 1994: 5–6). Education provides opportunities for students, their families and communities to begin the trauma healing process, and to learn the skills and values needed for a more peaceful future and better governance at local and national levels.