Syr­ian fam­ily fled war for a bet­ter life but can’t af­ford schools for chil­dren

7 Days in Dubai - - COMMUNITY -

“I hope more char­ity schools open in the UAE to help peo­ple still get the ed­u­ca­tion they need to thrive in so­ci­ety in­stead of de­vel­op­ing hate and envy for not get­ting the chance to get what ev­ery other child is able to get, we need to look at the big­ger pic­ture and the ef­fects sim­ple things like that have on so­ci­ety in the fu­ture.”

DALAL AB­DULLA

“It’s a pity it’s not al­lowed to col­lect money for char­ity in UAE without per­mis­sion. I think it would have been quick to find do­na­tors on FB in or­der to get them into a pri­vate school.... How can we do to help them?”

ELIS­A­BETH LP

“I hope the au­thor­i­ties will step in and help or some wealthy fam­ily would like to make char­ity and of­fer them help. Maybe on­line it is cheaper or home­school­ing.”

KRISTINA MAR­GIT

“EAE should in­tro­duce free ed­u­ca­tion for these peo­ple, knowl­edge is shar­ing. Prob­lem is that,schools these days are like busi­ness.”

IDEBU DEB­BIE IDEBU

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