The Global Justice School in Area 55 near Al-Rukban camp opened its doors to children to begin the first semester of this year.
The videos showed students learning in classrooms while being given lessons by teachers sponsored by the Global Justice Foundation.
The fifth aid shipment entered Al-Rukban camp on the Syrian-Jordanian-Iraqi border, through American organizations, and included relief baskets, milk for children, and study aid, including stationery and educational supplies.
Global Justice said that its president, Dr. Haytham Albizem, made a visit to Al-Rukban camp in the eastern countryside of Homs, making him one of the few people to have visited the besieged camp since 2014, and the first specialist doctor to enter it.
Dr. Albizem and the Executive Director of the Syrian Emergency Task Force Moaz Mustafa, are visiting the camp, in coordination with the United States of America and the International Coalition Forces.The visit came within the framework of the “Syrian Oasis Operation” launched by Global Justice and the Syrian Emergency Task Force last June, which succeeded in breaking the siege. Russia, Iran, and the Assad regime to the Rukban camp, and brought food, medical supplies, and school books to it.
During the visit, Dr. Haytham Albizem conducted a tour inside the camp to find out the humanitarian conditions there. He met with the besieged residents, spoke to them and provided medical consultations to them. He also discussed with the camp administration the most prominent difficulties facing them and the most important needs.
The camp residents expressed their gratitude to Global Justice and Dr. Albizem for the assistance provided to them, and for this gesture of breaking the siege and entering the camp in a rare event. Global Justice had funded the printing and shipping of thousands of copies of textbooks to Al-Rukban camp to meet the needs of Children deprived of education for many years.