Cizre Region Education and Training Board delivers school supplies to 6,000 students in camps
The Cizre Region Education and Training Board delivered school supplies to 6,000 students from Serêkaniyê staying in the camps in Hesekê.
Schools in Northern and Eastern Syria are opening their doors today to students for the first day of the 2022-2023 academic year.
The Cizre Region Education and Training Board delivered educational materials to the children in the Waşûşakî and Serêkaniyê camps where the Serêkaniyê refugees have been staying in Hesekê since they were forced to leave their homes because of the Turkish occupation in October 2019.
Rohat Xelîl, co-chair of the Cizre Region Education and Training Board, followed the delivery of student materials, such as pens and notebooks.
Despite the state of emergency declared by the Autonomous Administration against the attacks and pressures launched by the invading Turkish state, the authorities are keeping the academic year on track.
Speaking to ANHA, Rohat Xelîl said: “Despite the instability and difficult conditions in the region, the Education and Training Board made preparations to open schools and provide educational opportunities for the children of the region.”