Great results, new challenges
Thanks to COOPI, more than 1.200 children were able to be back at school and complete their academic year.
Our project to set up temporary classrooms in Aolo Azim and in the villages around Mosul has been successful with a total of 32 containers transformed into classrooms (4 different schools for 8 blocks each).
In the Qayyarah Subdistrict, close to the famous city of Mosul, education was heavily affected during the conflict and the ISIS domination. Learning facilities had a huge share of destruction, and most of the students got displaced because of the hostilities. Text books were burnt by ISIS militants.
COOPI, working in collaboration with a local ngo and the local branch of the Ministry of education, provided prefab cabins (containers) transformed into classrooms, textbooks and training for teachers and educators, and schools restarted.
All students, both males and females, have now a place to study and prepare themselves for life.
A great video was prepared by using drones to show you exactly how one of our school looks like. Have a look to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcMSJTrGiH0&t=11s and enjoy what thanks to your contribution it was possible to achieve.
A new challenge
Now we have a new challenge and we wish you were on our side again.
We want to set up 3 new schools in 3 other villages in the Qayyara sub-district, and provide textbooks, didactic material and training for teachers. More than 3.700 children will benefit by this project.
We really hope you will join our efforts to provide a proper and safe education to these little “warriors” in their struggle for education.Attachments: