Educational Services program in Za’atari and Azraq Camps
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From one success to another, we are pleased to share with you our latest achievements, that we take pride in for its positive impact on our Syrian brothers and sisters in the Za’atari and Azraq camps.
For the second time in a row, our trainers completed the implementation of the program “Educational Services program in Za’atari and Azraq Camps” in collaboration with UN Women. The participants including teachers, illiterate women and children greatly commended the program, its impact, and the benefit they gained from their enrollment when it comes to enhancing their skills.
The representatives of the United Nations Women in Za’atari and Azraq Camps praised the cooperation of the trainers, their keenness to achieve the program objectives and instill positive change on the target groups.
We are pleased to share some of the participants’ impressions of the program. “This program helped me achieve my goal to learn the alphabets and how to write”. One of the children mentioned that the program supported in teaching her some of the subjects she found difficult in school. She added that she loves learning and aspires to become a doctor in the future.
One of the teachers mentioned that she learned how to deal with illiterate women which will aid her to contribute to their education. She thanked the program and trainers for their efforts. UN Women’s representatives in the Zaatari and Azraq camps noted that the program offered by ASK has contributed to a significant change for the beneficiaries of the program including women and children.
Dr. Amin Amin, ASK’s CEO highlighted: “Through our training programs, we always strive to provide the best possible service to meet the needs of our target group. We are proud of this noble achievement for the second time in a row for the positive impact it left on the Syrian refugees in Za’atri and Azraq camps.”
“Educational Services program in Za’atari and Azraq Camps” aims to improve the quality of educational services provided in the Za’atari and Azraq camps targeting illiterate women, children aged 6-12 years and children in kindergarten in addition to teachers who provide these services to the target groups.