Teaching Refugee Children: Insights From a Volunteer in Germany

Over the past year, more than one million refugees have entered into Europe. One of the major challenges faced by countries impacted by the influx of people, is educating and taking care of the children and youth who have come onto the continent.

United Nations agencies have been working to help provide support for these children, many of whom are orphans. (Read some of the ways you can help support families in crisis.) However more help will be needed for the many children and families still in crisis in the region.

As of December 2015, as many as 196,000 asylum seekers within school age entered into Germany. In order to get a better sense of what life is like inside the refugee conflict, we reached out to Carolina Nth, a volunteer working with refugee children in Bonn, Germany.

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