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Over the past four years, the charity has helped school 217 children, and boasts full time teaching staff in six hospitals in Beirut and Byblos.Next month marks one of the most important events in Myschoolpulse's calendar, the annual Pulse 5K, a mini-marathon held each August in Faqra. Visiting the children's oncology ward of one of the Beirut hospitals where Myschoolpulse's teachers are working provides immediate insight into the effect that charity's program has, not only on children's education, but on their states of mind.The boy has recently arrived in Beirut for treatment, one of an increasing number of Syrian and Iraqi children that Myschoolpulse is providing with lessons, Ghazal says. His father has told the organization's teacher that his son is too sick to take lessons, but when Ghazal comes to meet the family, calmly chatting to the father before coaxing the boy into talking about the subjects he studied back home, he soon changes his mind. Having witnessed Jonathan's enjoyment of his science lesson, it seems certain he will.
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