Under the slogan “Education does not wait” ... Holding an educational, social and entertaining party for students in Fayida camp

Under the slogan “Education does not wait” ... Holding an educational, social and entertaining party for students in Fayida camp

Jun 14 2024

ARK News… To encourage students and educate families and guardians about the importance of education as an educational and social event, the CEDO organization, in cooperation and coordination with the NRC, held an educational, social and entertaining party for students under the slogan “Education does not wait” at Banar School in Fayida camp.

The Sahara Economic Development Organization, affiliated with CEDO, in cooperation and coordination with the NRC, organized a party for students of various ages on the occasion of the end of the school year under the slogan “Education does not wait” to encourage students and educate families and guardians about the importance of education as an educational and social occasion.

The celebration was attended by Muhammad Ali Ibrahim, member of the Central Committee of the Kurdistan Democratic Party - Syria, a number of members of the Area Council and party cadres, the party’s Roj Kurdish Art and Folklore Band, the camp administration at the Barzani Charity Foundation, representatives of international and community-based human rights organizations, representatives of social activities, the refugee affairs committee in the camp, and a large crowd from the residents of Banar Primary School in Fayida Camp within the borders of Duhok Governorate in the Kurdistan Region.

In a statement to the Ark News website, Firas Hawar, Director of the CEDO Organization, said: “We are attending as a team in the CEDO Organization, in cooperation and coordination with the NRC, to hold this ceremony with a group of events and activities for the families, with the aim of encouraging students and sending them to schools because of the importance of education in building a bright future for their children, under the slogan “Education does not wait.”
Hawar added that we, in international organizations, will continue to support students in encouraging education in cooperation with families to send their children to school and not drop out so that it does not affect their future.

For his part, Kawi Hassan, Director of the Refugee Affairs Committee in Fayda Camp, confirmed that this activity serves the students and the educational corps and motivates them educationally and pedagogically. He appealed to international organizations to continue supporting the educational corps and developing it in serving students.

The celebration included a group of singing performances and folkloric dances by the Roj Art and Kurdish Folklore Band, dances, a theatrical performance about bullying, events and activities for handicraft and archaeological exhibitions, paintings of hand-drawn drawings by students, and a book exhibition, which were distributed free of charge with the aim of encouraging students and developing families in the importance of education, culture and knowledge, the basis of the development and advancement of peoples to advancement.

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