“Al-waqaaljadeed.com ”Monday, October 08, 2018/Private.
After the collapse of the educational sector in our country due to the destruction of Houthi militia coup for education, the fraternal UAE representative of the Red Crescent, and Sheikh Khalifa Foundation , to support sector and rehabilitation of many schools, maintained and operated.
Also provided support for students in all grades also provide help for their families, the Red Crescent Authority has continued to oversee the restoration of schools, it has completed all the 03 years more than 218 tutorial building, distributed in various liberated provinces , and spent through it on the process of education more than $ 41 million dollars in order to stimulate the Sons of Yemen to continue the study.
The projects they have embarked upon the commission recently included opening of 06 schools and provide school supplies for students in all liberated areas, including 04 in Shabwa, and in particular schools and groups with special needs, priority in development which included a two-stage between rebuilding and maintenance, and processing of all educational equipment and furniture.
The commission continued the implementation of projects where delivered Tammoh’s Association to care for the disabled in Mukalla, tools and equipment to equip integrated study laboratory, in addition to furniture, office bags, School Games dedicated to people with disabilities and cooling air conditioning.
The authority opened of the big Taiz secondary school after rehabilitation it, which is the largest government schools in the province by increasing the number of students in the secondary school more than 4,000 students, along with opening 26 Sep.’s schhol in the province after restoration of the destruction of the Houthi militia coup.
For its part, the foundation of Khalifa Bin Zayed for Humanitarian Work presented educational requirements of the education office in the province of archipelago Socotra, which included 5000 table and 5000 chair in various schools of Socotra, which benefit more than10 thousand students, as part of an integrated project to support the schools of the archipelago and development of the education sector, which aims to encourage students back to school despite the difficult circumstances.