In 2011, a girl named Aya 's education in Syria was closed off in Grade 4 after civil war started . After years of hardship, particularly escaping to Lebanon, she is currently eighteen years of age and her relatives opened their doors as refugees to Ottawa, where they integrated into a new form of learning and Canadian life during September 2019.When the COVID-19 pandemic spread out during March, as a result, school shifted to students across the country digitally, namely Aya and her three siblings, providing new difficulties for households like that of the Abou Rshds since they had no access to technology such as laptops, computers, tablets, etc. Following the transition to remote schooling, the Rshd children have been using loaned devices. Fortunately, after an unidentified supporter reached on and contributed two new laptops to Aya and her family upon discovering their heartbreaking journey, The Rshd children now use the gifted devices and they are now much more happy, comfortable, and ready to learn during these tough and strenuous times!
Sanad: Im a Canadian teen who is looking to make a difference in this world, especially, in these rough times.
quick side note: this article was intended to be published for the week of Oct 17th, however due to technical issues this was delayed.