Children currently represent 65% of the overall population of Deheishe refugee camp. The educational process is deprived and incomplete (low level of education, more than 45 students in one classroom, not enough classrooms, insufficient teaching aids). Moreover, the parents cannot supply necessary needs for children. As a result, children are forced to work in order to compensate for the shortage of funds.
There is a severe lack of playgrounds or youth services to accommodate these thousands of children. The only available area for them are the streets, which are narrow and dangerous due to ongoing passing traffic. Thus, they are in a strong need for a place where they can reaffirm their childhood and participate in activities that stimulate their talents and creativity.