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    Education Minister: We opened more than 500 schools for the displaced students

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    Education Minister: We opened more than 500 schools for the displaced students Empty Education Minister: We opened more than 500 schools for the displaced students

    Post by Rocky Mon Oct 03, 2016 7:24 am

    Education Minister: We opened more than 500 schools for the displaced students

     Since 03.10.2016 at 12:20 (Baghdad time)
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    Baghdad balances News
    It announced the Minister of Education Mohammad Iqbal, on Monday, more than 500 school students displaced opening.
    Iqbal said at a news conference today, during his visit to Depkh in the province of Nineveh, and I followed / balances News /, that "the ministry is trying to not to miss this year on whether the displaced students residing in the camp Depkh or newly arrived."
    He added that it "has been revised number of camps will be organized in precise statistics for the number of displaced students," pointing out that "it was agreed to set aside some land and the opening of schools on a temporary basis, until the completion of Alcrvanah schools in the camp."
    He pointed out the minister, to "the arrival of school equipment from furniture and trips in stores Depkh stationery will turn," noting that "it was discussed with the KRG Ministry of Education and UNICEF to facilitate the needs of the displaced students and relieve pressure on the schools of the region, through the creation of alternatives."
    Iqbal said that "despite the difficult budgetary belt-tightening and more than 500 schools opening to students displaced" .anthy 29 / A 43

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