by Mansour Alabed Alali. Journalist. Human rights activist.

Mansour Alabed Alali Syria

With simple tents and poor facilities that do not exceed blackboard and old seats, volunteer teachers continue to teach children without any wages as voluntary work.

 

The reality of education in the northern Syrian camps ..
In the midst of compelling circumstances and deteriorating conditions resulting from the fires of conflict and the political crisis in Syria, the will to live and insist on education continues in the Syrian refugees in the northern Syrian camps.

With simple tents and poor facilities that do not exceed blackboard and old seats
School – with simple tents and poor facilities

With simple tents and poor facilities that do not exceed blackboard and old seats, volunteer teachers continue to teach children without any wages as voluntary work until they receive the support of a humanitarian organization that adopts education and school projects in the northern Syrian camps. What is the great insistence of parents to teach their children after a long interruption of education more than eight years because of the escalation of the crisis and the Syrian conflict and the lack of a political solution to end the conflict in the country.

Human Rights education and school projects in the northern Syrian camps
Human Rights – education and school projects in the northern Syrian camps

 

School - Syrian camps, Human Rights