Extra classes for the future

The coming three months, 150 students from eight schools all around Hebron can get extra support to improve their educational performance.

ExtraClasses

The coming three months, 150 students from eight schools all around Hebron can get extra support to improve their educational performance.

With the backing of the TIPH, 15 volunteers from university will give additional teaching after school in Arabic, English and mathematics to boys and girls between eight and twelve years old.

— Education is a basic right for every child and very important for the shaping of the future. It is encouraging to see the enthusiasm of the volunteers who are eager and highly motivated to start working with the children, Community Relations Officer Nicola Mohler says.

The project is carried out in cooperation with the Development Center for Future Generations, and the extra curriculum classes are held six days a week in Sharek Center in Tareq Bin Ziad and in Saad At-Tufula in Ain Sara.

 

23 October 2010