KRG opened 56 Schools at Refugee Camps

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS -

Head of Ed­u­ca­tion De­part­ment in Shin­gal town, Hus­sein Khidir, said that Kur­dis­tan Re­gional Govern­ment (KRG) has opened 56 schools for the kids of the fam­i­lies es­caped from vi­o­lence at camps and the lib­er­ated ar­eas.

"Kur­dis­tan Worker Part (PKK) has opened for schools in on the Shin­gal Mount to pre­vent the kids to come to our schools," Khidir said

He also said the kids study­ing at the PKK schools can't get cer­tifi­cate of grad­u­a­tion be­cause the cur­ricu­lum is not rec­og­nized in Iraq and Kur­dis­tan Re­gion.

Ac­cord­ing to Khidir, the schools opened by KRG are suf­fer­ing from lack of teach­ers and high num­ber of stu­dents that reaches 40,000 stu­dents.

Due to on­go­ing se­cu­rity in- sta­bil­ity in Iraq, close to 1.8 mil­lion peo­ple have re­sorted to Kur­dis­tan Re­gion. Many camps have been opened and KRG have been work­ing hard to pro­vide them with ba­sic needs.

In or­der the kids would not be de­prived from schools, KRG have opened sev­eral schools and pro­vided teach­ing ser­vices to them.

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