Bkerzla – Akkar: Saint Moura School

Basic office needs and educational materials

The Congregation of the Maronite Holy Family Sisters began their work in Bkerzla, North Lebanon in 1945. The sisters started to achieve the objective of their mission by offering educational and social services to the poor in the region. In 1949, the congregation built a new school near the church and began to accept students of all faiths from the nearby villages.

Today, Saint Moura’s complementary school enrolls 235 students of a variety of faiths. Although it is a private school, St. Moura’s has some of the lowest tuition rates; despite this, many of the students are still unable to pay the full fee. 

Presently, the school photocopier is out of order and needs replacement in addition to a fax machine and some educational material and toys to enhance intelligent and cognitive thinking for the 46 kindergarten children. These simple additions will make a dramatic difference in the lives of the students and sisters.

This project is being matched by MCN Build - each dollar you give is worth two.