Funded by the United States Mission to Yemen, the Nabd al-Hayat Charitable Development Foundation concluded, on Wednesday, in the temporary capital Aden, the second phase of the “Tanweer” project for compensatory education for children out of formal education.

The “Tanweer” project aims to enhance the capacities of teachers in the field of compensatory education and provide a safe and stimulating learning environment for children out of formal education. The second phase of the project included the training and rehabilitation of 20 male and female teachers in specialized courses on active learning, case management, as well as psychological support for the education of 160 children in Aden.

Source: https://www.sabanew.net/story/ar/112673

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