This project aims to build a whole new school that serves 1,150 Syrian students in the city of Al-Bab in NW-Syria.
44% of all school children in NW Syria are out of school. Some leave education to work from a young age, and others for lack of functional classrooms. The over-crowdedness in schools means that each classroom will have to host more than 40 kids at a time. Also, schools need to run 2 shifts each day (Day and Afternoon shifts) to cover the overall need.
The construction of this school will be the first step in making education accessible for more kids in Syria. The school will have 23 classrooms, 3 laboratories, and 8 management rooms with a total area of 5,000 m2.
This school will open its doors to about 1,150 students who aspire to learn and get educated. Also, it will provide many job opportunities for teachers in the local community. Each kid that gets to learn in this school can potentially become an engineer or a doctor. Not only will they help their families, but they will become those who build and serve their war-torn regions in the future.