The Russian war with Chechnya resulted in thousands of its people entering refugee camps

The Russian war with Chechnya resulted in thousands of its people entering refugee camps. When families were displaced, they attempted maintaining their culture, traditions and education which were important to them. Developing schools is a major way to motivate, encourage hope, and stabilize the refugees when they were forced into the seclusion of refugee camps. Many children in camps want to continue an education. However, they fear returning home and countless refugee children attempt to educate themselves (Wide Angle, 2002).
The primary methods in survival of refugee camps is focused on assistance from humanitarian aid organizations. The aid provides support from different areas such as needs with shelters, food, clothing, essentials, and books for continued education. As Director of Humanitarian Aid covering Region 3, I am assigned to implement schools in Chechen refugee camps of Chechnya. This paper addresses the challenges in planning the project, three topics to better understand prior to beginning the project, a description of ethnocentric challenges in the planning phase, and presents questions a researcher should investigate.