Skip to main content
x

THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION IN AFRIN OPENS ITS DOORS TO STUDENTS

Afrin Faculty building was completely rehabilitated to accommodate hundreds of new students

THE FACULTY BUILDING WAS COMPLETELY REHABILITATED TO ACCOMMODATE HUNDREDS OF NEW STUDENTS

The rehabilitation of the College of Education building in Afrin in northern Syria was completed on the 30th of October 2020, the restoration work was carried out by BINAA Foundation for Development in cooperation with the Turkish University of Gaziantep.

Signed on September 10, 2020, the cooperative restoration project aims to give Syrian students an opportunity to obtain specialized education in a safe and modern environment, and comes within the framework of BINAA's plan to support and rehabilitate educational facilities and institutions In Northern Syria.

The project is being implemented in coordination with specialized Turkish educational institutions. It includes the rehabilitation and maintenance of lighting and ventilation in the four-storey building, the addition of new halls to accommodate a larger number of students, as well as carrying out landscaping and maintenance works for the Faculty’s outdoor garden. 

The rehabilitated building will accommodate a larger number of Syrian students

Commenting on the progress of the project, Ammar Al-Azma, CEO of BINAA for Development, said, “The new building will give more Syrian students the opportunity to receive an education that will equip them with the knowledge that they need and that our society needs in northern Syria, especially in vital specializations such as education.” 

“We are very grateful for the significant support provided by Gaziantep University, which confirms the University’s vision of education as an important step for the development of society. There are many educational facilities that require rehabilitation in Northern Syria in order to be able to accommodate thousands of Syrian students eager to complete their studies. This project is an important step towards achieving this goal,” he added. 

 

“We are very grateful for the significant support provided by Gaziantep University, which confirms the University’s vision of education as an important step for the development of society. There are many educational facilities that require rehabilitation in Northern Syria in order to be able to accommodate thousands of Syrian students eager to complete their studies. This project is an important step towards achieving this goal” -  Ammar Al-Azma, CEO of BINAA for Development

The new building will include a counselling and mentoring department, an education department and a mathematics department, in addition to Turkish language and social sciences studies.