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BINAA rehabilitated more than 30 schools in several areas of northern countryside

Classes with no students, crumbling building, broken doors and no desks, winter at the doors maybe ashamed of coming as educational semester haven’t started yet here at the destroyed schools in the northern and eastern northern countryside in Syria. 

Responding to students’ basic needs especially with nearly full destruction of infrastructure including educational facilities due to constant shelling, BINAA for development funded by UNICEF rehabilitated 38 schools in Aleppo countryside and Hama and Idlib through reinforcement of school buildings and the rehabilitation of classrooms in addition to distributing furniture for classes, equipping playground and providing laptops and projectors to help improve the educational process, also, all work related to electrical equipment and carpentry, and pluming for wash facilities.

The project comes within organization vision to achieve sustainability for educational process in affected areas in Syria, in addition to helping more than 9800 child and 440 teachers to come back to school, especially that HNO shows that more than 1.75 million children skipped school in 2016. 

Children of countryside, at some point, had to attend classes in crumbling buildings that are at risk of collapsing, in cold classes with no doors or windows, but not anymore.