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With the generous support from King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief), the Ministry of Education has signed a collaborative agreement via visual communication technology. This agreement involves a partnership and cooperation with the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) and the Benevolence Coalition for Humanitarian Relief (BCHR). The objective is to implement an education enrollment project targeting girls who have unfortunately dropped out of school in Yemen.
The project encompasses various initiatives. Firstly, it aims to equip 21 schools dedicated to girls’ education. Additionally, it will provide school bags and supplies to benefit 19,000 girls in 7 governorates. Moreover, it will organize training programs designed to enhance the capabilities of 350 individuals working in the field of girls’ education. The project will also establish 100 alternative classrooms in displacement camps, ensuring proper educational facilities for the girls who have dropped out. Furthermore, professional support will be provided to the families of these girls. The initiative will also focus on streamlining admission procedures for displaced girls and raising awareness regarding the importance of girls’ education.
During the signing ceremony, Dr. Tariq Al-Akbari, the Minister of Education, expressed his delight at this agreement, emphasizing its potential to significantly elevate the educational system in Yemen. He further highlighted the significance of cooperation with ISESCO and commended the support provided by KSRelief and the local partner, BCHR. Their collaboration has already yielded positive results in the implementation of various educational projects across Yemen.
In response, Salem Al-Malik, the Director General of ISESCO, expressed gratitude to KSRelief for its generous donation, which will fund this pivotal project. Al-Malik reiterated the organization’s unwavering commitment to prioritizing education as an essential component of sustainable development for a brighter future.
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