The meeting held at the Ministry of Education today with the education sector partners from international organizations discussed ways to develop cooperation between the two sides in a way that contributes to developing the educational process in Syria.
During the meeting, the Ministry presented the reality of rehabilitating schools, securing the requirements of the educational process, their equipment, and public examinations, and working to secure the requirements for hosting pupils and students of the basic and secondary education certificates coming from the areas where terrorist organizations reside and the precautionary measures they have taken to confront the outbreak of the Corona virus, compensate for educational losses, and build capacity through training On modern methods of learning, modern teaching methods, and the opening of classrooms within a project, prepare to join the school.
In a statement, SANA received a copy of it today, the ministry indicated the basic requirements to achieve the quality of education through the continuation of cooperation during the current year between it and international organizations with the aim of providing educational opportunities and a safe environment for all pupils and students and the possibility of developing a tracking methodology for the activities carried out every three months to determine the progress of implementation and amendment according to The requirements and needs of the educational process.
During the meeting, the education sector coordinator, Miki Kwedi, stressed the importance of continuing bilateral cooperation between organizations to support the ministry and contribute to securing its needs and requirements, especially rehabilitating schools and building the capacities of educational frameworks, demonstrating the commitment of international organizations in accordance with their humanitarian and educational responsibilities in cooperation and coordination with the Ministry of Education in a way that reflects positively on supporting the educational process, including re-education. Children who drop out of school.
Director of Planning and International Cooperation at the Ministry, Ghassan Shughri, stressed the importance of continuing cooperation with partner international organizations to provide more support in order to enhance the quality of the educational process, with the ministry’s readiness to coordinate in planning, implementation and follow-up of the activities and projects implemented between the two sides.