Many Syrian refugee children in Lebanon have not been in a classroom for two years,
But the refugee community in Arsal is trying to make a difference.
Thanks to funds from a Kuwaiti charity, a small school has opened, teaching the Syrian curriculum and running two shifts a day to accommodate the numbers desperate for an education.
Al Jazeera's Nisreen El-Shamayleh reports from the town of Arsal.
Source: Al Jazeera