27 Oct 2015
Teaching stuff in Derra city transferred one chicken farm into a school that accommodate 200 student in the elementary school, with support from one organization from the UN.
The school, located in the west countryside of Deraa, was divided into classrooms for the six grads of the elementary school, by using berms, distributed by the UN. The desks were collected from the schools that were bombed and couldn’t be used for teaching anymore.
The school suffers from a significant lack of textbook, and the lack of a suitable atmosphere for teaching, because of the noise caused by the adhesion of classrooms to each other.
The headmaster “Saber Qutaifan” said, They face huge difficulties in the rehabilitation of the school. Cement walls were replaced by fabrics to separate the classrooms and this made the voices of teachers and students overlap in all the classrooms.
“Students have to stay in their classrooms in the breaks because there is no a playing yard. However, the is no toilets or potable water in the school.”
Hundreds of displaced children in Deraa, couldn’t go to school this year, because the educational bodies in Deraa weren’t able to run schools in all the camps.