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Classes Kick-Started in AlJarmak School South of Damascus

Published : 27-09-2018

Classes Kick-Started in AlJarmak School South of Damascus

Classes kicked off in AlJarmak Alternative School in Yalda, south of Damascus, under the supervision of UNRWA and the General Authority for Palestinian Refugees in Damascus.

Yarmouk’s education chief, Walid AlKurdi, said AlJarmak students joined classes at Yalda’s girls’ school.

Students taking shelter in Yarmouk Camp have been shorn of their right to education as no alternative school has been opened by UNRWA in southern Damascus.

Endeavors to open alternative schools in Yarmouk saw the day in the 2013-14 academic year following joint efforts by residents and instructors. Such schools as Damascus School, in AlThalatheen Street, AlAzma School, west of Yarmouk, and AlJarmak School, in AlMadaris Street, were opened to bridge the gap. However, the schools shut their doors soon after due to the lack of proper funding and the absence of long-term teaching staff.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7745

Classes kicked off in AlJarmak Alternative School in Yalda, south of Damascus, under the supervision of UNRWA and the General Authority for Palestinian Refugees in Damascus.

Yarmouk’s education chief, Walid AlKurdi, said AlJarmak students joined classes at Yalda’s girls’ school.

Students taking shelter in Yarmouk Camp have been shorn of their right to education as no alternative school has been opened by UNRWA in southern Damascus.

Endeavors to open alternative schools in Yarmouk saw the day in the 2013-14 academic year following joint efforts by residents and instructors. Such schools as Damascus School, in AlThalatheen Street, AlAzma School, west of Yarmouk, and AlJarmak School, in AlMadaris Street, were opened to bridge the gap. However, the schools shut their doors soon after due to the lack of proper funding and the absence of long-term teaching staff.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7745