Frequently Asked Questions

The aim of the organization is to promote and provide educational services to the affected groups locally and internationally through:

  1. Providing educational and rehabilitation services for students.
  2. Teacher training and rehabilitation to enable them to carry out their tasks effectively to ensure sustainability.
  3. Provide literacy programs.
  4. The actual construction of schools, classrooms, libraries, and other areas that may be required by each region.
  5. Provide services to students and children in need, and training for teachers .
  6. Teaching the principles of tolerance through the methodology of educational integration and promoting the values of equality, pluralism and mutual respect.
  7. Employing non-academic activities such as arts, sport and music to build children's personality and enhance their self-confidence.
  8. Finding technological solutions to facilitate the employment of technology in teaching and distance learning.
  9. Provide schools with educational resources such as books, curricula, and resources for learning and basic teaching tools.
  10. Providing educational, psychological, behavioral and social support.
  11. Open the fields of volunteering for all educators and others to support the objectives of the institution.
  12. Build effective partnerships with institutions that support the organization's goals.

Our vision stems from the fact that the organization considers children and young people to be the cornerstones of society and the hope of tomorrow. We want to encourage positive awareness through involvement in the fields of social, cultural and educational work and the promotion of a culture of self-reliance. We also want to promote participation in volunteer work to enable participants to contribute to the development of their societies and the advancement of their state’s aspirations and the aspirations and expectations of the wider world.

Educators without Borders is a non-profit social organization that aims primarily to improve the culture of those affected by the lack of educational services. It takes the combined efforts of all members of society. The role of society in general and educators in particular is to engage in voluntary programs offered by the organization, as well as to participate in providing financial and moral support to the organization, which would contribute to strengthening the work of the organization.

There are many channels to communicate with the organization and it may be easiest to communicate via e-mail from our website, or through social media.

The idea of establishing the organization emerged after a serious consideration of international reports and statistics in areas that do not receive sufficient attention from government services, due to economic conditions, wars, conflicts and disasters. These reports indicated a high rate of illiteracy, a widening gap in education, a deterioration in basic education services, and the limited access to primary education for many children (UNHCR reports that 50% of refugee children do not have access to primary education).

  1. The issue of education at the turn of the new millennium continues to be a huge challenge, in terms of completing basic education, having equal gender opportunities, addressing the problems of dropping out, and improving the quality of education.
  2. The organization strongly believes that improving the educational services and facing the education problems can be achieved only through a real and effective partnership between the public, private, and the third sector. Hence, the organization believes in community partnership to promote and support educational services where it operates, and has a sense of responsibility towards the poor educational conditions in many countries.
  1. Of UNHCR's 17.2 million refugees, 6.4 million who are of school age between 5 and 17 years of age have limited access to education, while other 3.5 million refugees can not attend school.
  2. Educating children is a fundamental human right as stated in the 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child and the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees.
  3. Education protects refugee children and youth from forced recruitment into armed groups, child labor, sexual abuse and child marriage, and strengthens community resilience.
  4. Education empowers refugees through providing the knowledge and skills needed to lead productive, fruitful and independent lives.
  1. Burkina Faso has the highest rate of illiteracy around the world at 78.20% with a population of 16-1.5 million.
  2. Southern Sudan is the runner-up with 73% of its population of 11.3 million, according to the latest statistics.
  3. Niger was ranked third in the world with 71.3% of its population of about 17.8 million.
  4. Mali was ranked fourth with 68.9% of its population of about 5.14 million according to the latest census.
  5. Afghanistan acquired fifth rank by 66%, with a population of about 30.5 million.
  6. Chad was ranked sixth with 65.5%, with a population of about 12.8 million.
  7. Sierra Leone was ranked seventh with 64.9% and a population of about 6 million.
  8. Somalia was ranked eighth with 62.2%, and a population of about 10.5 million.
  9. Senegal was rank in the ninth place with 60.7%, and a population of about 14.5 million people.
  10. Guinea acquired the tenth position with 59%, and a population of 11.7 million people.