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Some Happy Recipitants of a Shelterbox

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In the aftermath of natural disasters and conflict, you might expect to find families  desperate and defeated. But time and time again, when we meet families in the midst of chaos the overwhelming emotion is of hope, incredible resilience and positivity in the face of disaster. 

When we met Fawaz, he had turned despair into hope for Syrian children by setting up a school in the camp he lives in. From humble beginnings the school now has six classes, catering for 199 children.



Recently you will have seen stories in the news about safeguarding in the humanitarian sector. We would like to reassure you that ShelterBox is proud to have safeguarding and protection policies in place designed to protect the families we help and the local communities we work with. 

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