Al Khansaa School Re-Launched In Yemen by ERC
The Al Khansaa School located in the Al Wazi’iyah District, Taiz Governorate, of Yemen has been re-launched after the restoration and it was furnished. The restoration of the school is also a part of the efforts which have been shown by the Emirates Red Crescent and it is for the improvement and the advancement of the local education system.
The school currently has strength of 1200 students. ERC Representative, Mohammed Al Qamzi, Director of Education in Al Wazi’iyah District, Mohammed Ali Al Dharafi, Principal of the School, Mohammed Qassim, and several officials from the Ministry of Education of Yemen attended the re-launch of the school.
According to the words of the ERC Representative, Mohammed Al Qamzi, the launch of the school is a part of the series of the projects that have been taken up in the Emirates for providing the support for sector of education particularly in Taiz Governorate and some of its districts that have received the support again from the Emirates Red Crescent in all the areas. This initiative has been taken up so that the students can return to their normal living conditions and also to simplify the suffering of the citizens of Yemen. It is known that the school runs 16 classes for the students.
It was also explained by Al Qamzi that all the plans that are related to the Emirates Red Crescent includes maintenance and restoration of the schools and other educational institutions, supply the essential equipments, furnishing the schools, providing school supplies to students, and to offer logistical support to the institutions, that were once damaged by the Houthi militias, backed by Iran. Director of Education in Al Wazi’iyah District, Mohammed Al Dharafi, stated that the restoration of the schools will reflect the efforts by the Emirates Red Crescent for supporting the local education system and to enable the students so that they can continue with their studies.