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UNRWA Honors Laureate Palestinian Student from Syria’s Daraa Camp

Published : 16-09-2019

UNRWA Honors Laureate Palestinian Student from Syria’s Daraa Camp

UNRWA paid tribute to Palestinian student Sai’d Mahmoud Sa’id, enrolled at Ein AlZaytoun School (9th grade) in AlMuzeireeb, south of Syria, after he garnered the highest score at the institution.

The cemremony was held by UNRWA, in cooperation with the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees.

Dozens of schoolchildren were pronounced dead in government onslaughts on UNRWA-run schools in Syria.

A massacre perpetrated by the government military on Ein AlZaytoun school on February 18, 2014 took away the lives of over 15 Palestinian schoolchildren.

UNRWA figures have shown that 70% of all the Agency’s schools in Syria are inoperative. This is due to school buildings being destroyed, damaged, rendered inaccessible by fighting, or because they have been turned into shelters housing the displaced.

The devastating impact of the war in Syria has diminished the academic achievement of students in UN-run schools as educational facilities had come under heavy shelling by the Syrian and Russian forces.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9101

UNRWA paid tribute to Palestinian student Sai’d Mahmoud Sa’id, enrolled at Ein AlZaytoun School (9th grade) in AlMuzeireeb, south of Syria, after he garnered the highest score at the institution.

The cemremony was held by UNRWA, in cooperation with the General Authority for Palestinian Arab Refugees.

Dozens of schoolchildren were pronounced dead in government onslaughts on UNRWA-run schools in Syria.

A massacre perpetrated by the government military on Ein AlZaytoun school on February 18, 2014 took away the lives of over 15 Palestinian schoolchildren.

UNRWA figures have shown that 70% of all the Agency’s schools in Syria are inoperative. This is due to school buildings being destroyed, damaged, rendered inaccessible by fighting, or because they have been turned into shelters housing the displaced.

The devastating impact of the war in Syria has diminished the academic achievement of students in UN-run schools as educational facilities had come under heavy shelling by the Syrian and Russian forces.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9101