There are currently 122,228 Syrian refugees in Egypt. The Egyptian government stopped issuing new visas earlier this year.
When the Education in Harmony project ends in 2018, its work will be far from complete. The 28,877 children it has so far supported will continue to absorb the aftermath of war, and families will still struggle to settle into their new situations.
Things will be tough for some time to come.
In the governorates of Giza, Damietta, and Alexandria, more than 59,000 refugees have been helped to emerge from their waking nightmare. When—and if—the conflict is resolved and life starts to resemble some kind of normal, the damage will linger with them for a lifetime.