At a college close to the Syrian-Iraqi border, surrounded by the harsh Anbari desert, many women with male relatives still missing have resumed their studies after the area was liberated from the Islamic State.
15 private educational facilities have been opened in the city of Raqqa after its liberation. The majority of the schools that have opened so far only cater to primary school students, who experienced a gap in their studies during ISIS rule.
Charities and volunteers have helped to support low-income families in Jordan to send their children to schools. This included the establishment of an affordable school that offers a quality education to help children from low-income families compete with their counterparts.