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Palestinian Refugees in Syria Displacement Camp Denounce Poor Education Services

Published : 15-10-2020

Palestinian Refugees in Syria Displacement Camp Denounce Poor Education Services

Palestinian refugees sheltered in AlHusainiya camp, in Syria’s Rif Dimashq province, continue to speak out the inadequate educational services and poor-quality output delivered to their children at local schools.

AGPS kept record of a sharp nosepe in access to education for Palestinians sheltered in AlHusainiya refugee camp.

A number of local schools face overcrowding, with over 50 students often crammed in a single classroom.

Schoolchildren have also been subjected to bullying and psycho-physical violence by a number of teaching staff.

At times, students are compelled to walk for kilometers to sit for exams. 

UNRWA installations in the camp include two double-shift schools and one afternoon-shift school in a government school.

Upon more than one occasion, UNRWA has raised alarm bells over the striking upsurge in the rate of school dropouts among the Palestinians of Syria, several among whom left schools to help feeding their impoverished families in unemployment-stricken refugee camps.

Several UNRWA facilities were destroyed in the Syrian warfare and others have gone out of operation, including two clinics, a vocational training center, a youth development center, and 28 schools, out of 112 UNRWA schools in Syria. Other education facilities have been turned into prisons or field hospitals, imperiling Palestinians’ academic careers.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10785

Palestinian refugees sheltered in AlHusainiya camp, in Syria’s Rif Dimashq province, continue to speak out the inadequate educational services and poor-quality output delivered to their children at local schools.

AGPS kept record of a sharp nosepe in access to education for Palestinians sheltered in AlHusainiya refugee camp.

A number of local schools face overcrowding, with over 50 students often crammed in a single classroom.

Schoolchildren have also been subjected to bullying and psycho-physical violence by a number of teaching staff.

At times, students are compelled to walk for kilometers to sit for exams. 

UNRWA installations in the camp include two double-shift schools and one afternoon-shift school in a government school.

Upon more than one occasion, UNRWA has raised alarm bells over the striking upsurge in the rate of school dropouts among the Palestinians of Syria, several among whom left schools to help feeding their impoverished families in unemployment-stricken refugee camps.

Several UNRWA facilities were destroyed in the Syrian warfare and others have gone out of operation, including two clinics, a vocational training center, a youth development center, and 28 schools, out of 112 UNRWA schools in Syria. Other education facilities have been turned into prisons or field hospitals, imperiling Palestinians’ academic careers.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10785