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Mobile Schools Providing Educational Opportunity To Nomads In Central-Denkalia Sub-Zone

A mobile school has opened in Maebelie administrative area, Central-Denkalia sub-zone, in a bid to provide educational opportunity to national deprived of such opportunity due to pastoral and nomadic way of living. The school is already providing educational opportunity to more than 70 students.

Central-Denkalia, 22 December 2010 – A mobile school has opened in Maebelie administrative area, Central-Denkalia sub-zone, in a bid to provide educational opportunity to national deprived of such opportunity due to pastoral and nomadic way of living. The school is already providing educational opportunity to more than 70 students.

The director of the school, Mr. Ali Abdalla, pointed out that the setting up of the facility amply demonstrates the Government’s strenuous endeavors in expanding equitable social services and promoting social justice. He further lauded the local inhabitants for sending both genders of their children to school, besides taking initiatives in building makeshift tents and encouraging teachers.

The parents said that the school is making major contribution in providing education to nationals deprived of educational opportunity due to nomadic lifestyle. It is also providing evening classes to mothers and fathers so as to eradicate illiteracy.

Similar mobile schools have also opened in the sub-zones of Central-Denkalia, Araeta and South-Denkalia, Southern Red Sea region, in the 2009/2010 academic year. About 400 nationals, out of whom 170 are females have so far become beneficiaries of elementary education.

 

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