On 17 December, TIPH opened a new solar panel project at the Mohammad bin Rashed Al Maktoom School for children with mental disabilities.
On 17 December, TIPH opened a new solar panel project at the Mohammad bin Rashed Al Maktoom School for children with mental disabilities. The solar panel system is estimated to reduce energy cost for the school, which will enable them to add new classes. In addition, it will also raise the awareness for environmentally friendly energy systems in Hebron.
– This solar panel project will not only support the school with free electricity, but it will have a much broader result. I am impressed to see that even though under the difficult circumstances in Hebron Palestinians are able to see and invest in the future and TIPH is proud to contribute to this project, said TIPH Head of Logistics and Administration Sonny Månsson.
TIPH provided financial assistance to Al Ihsan Charitable Society in order for them to put up a solar system at the school. The Mohammad bin Rashed Al Maktoom School provides education for approximately 35 mentally disabled children and the aim is to integrate students into the society by training them to be and feel independent.