Articles tagged: refugees
“SAT-7 HELPED US LOVE THE WORD OF GOD!”
Michael and Salah fled to Egypt with their families to escape desperate situations in their home country, Sudan. They share how God has been faithful to them through their struggles, and how SAT-7’s Sudanese programs have strengthened them in their hour of need and helped them stay connected to their roots.
REFUGEE MOTHERS FIND ETERNAL HOPE
After fleeing conflict in Syria, Maha and Samira now live with their husbands and children as refugees in Lebanon. Here they share some of their struggles as they bring their children up in uncertain times, and the hope they have finally found by experiencing God’s love.
SAT-7 ACADEMY CHANGES TO WIDEN VIEWERSHIP
A strategic change of direction is being implemented for SAT-7’s educational channel, SAT-7 ACADEMY. The steps are being taken mainly in response to a viewer survey carried out during the channel’s first year of being on-air.
REMARKABLE PROGRESS FOR TRAUMATISED CHILDREN
The recently launched Cultural Heritage and Interactive Learning Development (CHILD) Centre is an alternative learning facility for Syrian refugee children without other access to education. The students are making remarkable progress, with children who were broken, traumatised, and fearful becoming happy, thriving learners.
BECAUSE NO CHILD SHOULD FEEL ALONE
Pictured above are Mayyar (13) and Mo (14). They are Palestinian brothers who’ve grown up in a refugee settlement in Lebanon. Divorce led to a broken family, so their grandmother raised them. They have not seen their mother for nine years and their father for ten.
“LITTLE SABAH, MY TEACHER AND MY HERO”
On a recent trip to Lebanon, Communications Officer Katerina Parpa visited a learning centre that uses SAT-7 ACADEMY’s educational programs to help refugee children thrive. Here she reflects on the experience and the heart-warming moments she shared with the Syrian and Iraqi children.
A TELEVISED EDUCATION WITH FAR-REACHING IMPACT
Since its launch in March 2015, SAT-7 KIDS’ My School program has been addressing the educational needs of displaced and underprivileged Arab children. Currently, 1.3 million children, parents, and teachers watch the show daily.