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Brazil Helps Syrian Refugees Bridge Language Gap

“In just over two months I was speaking Portuguese. I don’t know how I learned it.”..

“Ratatat! Pow!”

For a few years, these were the only sounds that 12-year-old Hanan Daqqah heard in Idlib, in northeastern Syria.

She spent days locked up inside, unable to attend school or meet up with friends. Her childhood was passing her by.

In 2015, Daqqah and her family left Jordan’s Za’atari refugee camp, where they had…

Source: Brazil Helps Syrian Refugees Bridge Language Gap

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