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Palestinian Refugee Garners Highest Score in Syria’s Secondary School Exams

Published : 14-07-2019

Palestinian Refugee Garners Highest Score in Syria’s Secondary School Exams

Palestinian refugee Ahmed Malek Warda, sheltered in AlRaml camp, in Latakia, has snatched the first rank after he got full marks in his secondary school exams. 

A number of Palestinian students garnered excellent marks at secondary school exams (main session) for the scientific and literary branches across the Syrian territories. The results were released by the Syrian Ministry of Education on Wednesday, July 10.

Palestinian student Haneen Husain, raised in Yarmouk refugee camp, snatched the first rank in Rif Dimashq province with a score of 2,860. Ahed Abd AlQadir Asaad, from Yarmouk camp, got the second rank in Damascus and the fourth in Syria. Ola Diab Ashmawi, also raised in Yarmouk camp, was ranked among Damascus top ten students, with a score of 2,542 marks. Palestinian student Rita Khaled AlAssaad, from AlAyedeen camp, in Hama, won the second rank in Hama.

The Syrian warfare has contributed to a sharp nosepe in the rates of access to education, estimated at 75% in 2015, down from 95% prior to the conflict.

Most of Syria’s schools have been destroyed or put out of operation in the raging warfare, imperiling the education of the Syrians and Palestinians alike.

Concerns over abrupt abduction sweeps, torture, and enforced military conscription have led to a dramatic increase in school dropouts and tremendously affected children’s access to education.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8898

Palestinian refugee Ahmed Malek Warda, sheltered in AlRaml camp, in Latakia, has snatched the first rank after he got full marks in his secondary school exams. 

A number of Palestinian students garnered excellent marks at secondary school exams (main session) for the scientific and literary branches across the Syrian territories. The results were released by the Syrian Ministry of Education on Wednesday, July 10.

Palestinian student Haneen Husain, raised in Yarmouk refugee camp, snatched the first rank in Rif Dimashq province with a score of 2,860. Ahed Abd AlQadir Asaad, from Yarmouk camp, got the second rank in Damascus and the fourth in Syria. Ola Diab Ashmawi, also raised in Yarmouk camp, was ranked among Damascus top ten students, with a score of 2,542 marks. Palestinian student Rita Khaled AlAssaad, from AlAyedeen camp, in Hama, won the second rank in Hama.

The Syrian warfare has contributed to a sharp nosepe in the rates of access to education, estimated at 75% in 2015, down from 95% prior to the conflict.

Most of Syria’s schools have been destroyed or put out of operation in the raging warfare, imperiling the education of the Syrians and Palestinians alike.

Concerns over abrupt abduction sweeps, torture, and enforced military conscription have led to a dramatic increase in school dropouts and tremendously affected children’s access to education.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8898