IBC EDUCATION SUPPORT FOR THE NEW ACADEMIC YEAR


International Blue Crescent Humanitarian Aid and Development Foundation continues to support Temporary Education Centers (TEC), to which war weary Syrian children attend, during the new academic year. TECs ensure that these children continue their education in safer places, more actively. Kilis Temporary Education Centers, where over 4000 students are enrolled, also employ 186 teachers.

In addition to providing equipment for TECs such as furniture and computers, IBC has distributed 4167 student kits and 186 teacher kits containing educational materials and stationary to be used throughout this academic year.



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