The Mobile Bus

Our digital mobile classroom is aimed at accelerating children’s academic progress in literacy and numeracy in order to aid their ability to access formal education.
The children we reach are typically affected by displacement, conflict, violence and extreme poverty. Our Mobile Education Bus and classroom enables us to reach children who would otherwise have limited or no access to education at all.

In 2019, we reached 5264 children, provided 1,688 technology sessions and a further 1,688 psycho-social support sessions on our bus. Our mobile bus travels within West Bekaa: the area with the highest number of Syrian refugees in Lebanon, and highest strain on Lebanon’s education services. For more info or to get involved in the project, email us at info@breteaufoundation.org.

Psychosocial Support

The students attending our bus school are displaced, we often identify high numbers of children with social and emotional needs.

The key trends we find include children displaying depression and mental health problems (such as anxiety and PTSD), lack of confidence and self-esteem, as well as poor social and communication skills. Our programme includes therapy support through creativity and play in a custom made tent on the side of our Mobile Education Bus.

The Mobile Bus Team

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RAAFAT SMAILI
Mobile Bus Teacher
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RANA ABOU JOKH
PSS Specialist
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OLA ABOU JOKH
Mobile Bus Teacher
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BASIM AL KADRI
PSS Specialist
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