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Students in Adobha sub-zone say schools in remote areas are making significant impact

Students in Adobha sub-zone said that schools in remote areas are rendering commendable service, and lauded the government’s commitment as regards educational outreach.

 

Adobha, 13 January 2014 – Students in Adobha sub-zone said that schools in remote areas are rendering commendable service, and lauded the government’s commitment as regards educational outreach.

Accoridngly, the Junior and Elementary School in the locality is registering significant improvement as regards school registration, especially that of females.

Among the students, Mewahib Jimi’e and Ibrahim Osman expressed satisfaction with such service, and said that they would strive for gratifying result in their educational pursuit.

Mr. Saleh Mohammed-Ali, teacher, on his part asserted that the participation of children in education has witnessed significant growth thanks to the government’s efforts and parental collaboration.

Likewise, Mr. Saleh Hamd, Director of the school, lauded the government’s commitment towards ensuring equitability of educational service, and called for stepped-up efforts towards sustaining female participation in every educational level.

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