Support for access to quality basic education services for children affected by the Syrian crisis

The project aims to rehabilitate 2 schools damaged by the conflict. in West of Aleppo, and to resume the teaching activity.

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Beneficiaries (*)

Local partners

MoE – Ministry of Education;

DoE – Department of Education  Aleppo;

SARC – Syrian Arab Red Crescent.

Funding agencies

PAB – Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano

Starting date


Implementation period

12 months

The continued Syrian conflict has greatly weakened the Syrian educational system. Nowadays 5.6 million of people between students and education staff need support. It is estimated that the economic loss in the educational sector amounts to 10.6 billion SYP and it is mainly due to the ongoing school leaving (both in the elementary and in secondary school).

The general objective is to promote access to quality education for children and adolescents (boys and girls) affected by the Syrian crisis;

The specific objective is to restore and increase access to schools and the quality of basic education through the rehabilitation of school buildings, the distribution of educational materials and the training for teachers.

  • Rehabilitation of school infrastructure in Abaa Moktarin and in Hosam Yousef, and provision of furniture;
  • Particular attention will be paid to the needs of children with disabilities, it also includes a "wash in school" component;
  • Purchase and distribution of 1.895 school kits containing teaching materials (one for each student);
  • Training for 112 teachers in "education training": 8 hours per day for 5 days (40 hours total).
Additional Info

The project has as the continuous of an emergency intervention already funded by the PAB - Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano and terminated at the end of 2015, which provided  the construction of prefabricated classroom, distribution of kits to school children and training courses for teachers.


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