Transforming Refugee Education towards Excellence

Transforming Refugee Education towards Excellence (TREE) is a collaboration between Save the Children and the MIT Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab (J-WEL).

The initiative comprises a systems-wide teacher training programme that uses compassion to help teachers overcome trauma and deliver effective teaching.

TREE delivers the latest developments in pedagogy and psychosocial support

TREE was launched in 2019 with a pilot in Jordan, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Community Jameel, Dubai Cares and Hikma Pharmaceuticals

TREE Jordan aims to reach 745,000 Jordanians and Syrian refugees in five years, including school children, parents and teachers

Other initiatives

Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab

Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab

The world faces a major challenge to adapt to the changing nature of work: automation, globalisation, unemployment and the global refugee crisis are rapidly changing the paradigm for education.

MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab and Saudi Arabia

MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab and Saudi Arabia

Through the MIT Enterprise Forum Pan Arab and Saudi Arabia chapters, we support entrepreneurs by providing them with mentorship, training, access to investment and networking opportunities.

Jameel-Toyota Scholarship

Jameel-Toyota Scholarship

The Abdul Latif Jameel-Toyota Endowed Scholarship was established in 1994 by Community Jameel to help young people achieve their potential at one of the world’s leading academic institutions.

Bocelli-Jameel Scholarship

Bocelli-Jameel Scholarship

The Andrea Bocelli Foundation-Community Jameel Scholarship was launched in 2019 to support students who study full-time at the Royal College of Music, London, one of the world’s leading conservatoires for the performing arts.

Tanweer Jameel

Tanweer Jameel

Tanweer Jameel was launched in 2005. Every year, Community Jameel partners with Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Labour and Social Development and Saudi Airlines as the official carrier to reward orphaned children aged 14–18, who have consistently achieved high levels of school performance, with an annual trip abroad.

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