The Project Includes The Following Modules: high School To Be Created Include The Following Components: description Issue 24 Classrooms director Of The Room With The Secretary 2 deputy Director Of Room 2 2 Teachers Room computer Lab 1 physics Laboratory 1 chemistry Laboratory 1 library 1 laboratory Technology 1 educational Guide Room 1 Total Number Of Rooms 36
• Work to improve the quality of the learning environment in the area • Providing secondary education services for students in the area of Beit Lahiya and the Bedouin village in the northern Gaza Strip • Providing a healthy and educational environment for the students • Providing scientific laboratories, a computer lab, library and other suitable facilities and basic supplies necessary for the success of the educational process • Providing secondary education services for 1920 students per year in the target area in the northern Gaza Strip • Facilitating access of 1920 girl students in the target area to secondary education in a safe and easy manner • Ease the economic burden on the families of the students enrolled in the targeted school • Strengthening the role of the official educational establishment in the performance of its mission and the implementation of unhindered educational plans
1. The targeted school serves the northern Gaza Strip area and specifically Beit Lahiya and the village of Bedouin, with a total population of more than 80,000 people. There is currently only one secondary school for girls in South Beit Lahiya and it is not sufficient to accommodate the large number of high school girl students in the target area. 2. Most schools in Shaimaa area are overcrowded, with around 52 students in a class, and this does not comply with the minimum global standards for education. Students in this area suffer from poor achievement as a result of overcrowding and multiple problems arise from this difficult situation, affecting students, teachers and management. Building a new school is a high priority for the region. 3. Long-distances traveled by the students in this area, often up to 1.3 km, meaning that students feel tired before even arriving at school, being forced to wake up two hours ahead of time. This is in addition to the poor material conditions of the people of this marginalized region who rely heavily on humanitarian aid from international institutions. 4. The majority of schools in this region are poorly equipped and furnished, which affects the quality of education. There are no schools fully equipped with science laboratories, computers etc., in the region. 5. The Ministry of Education possesses several pieces of land owned and fully allocated for the establishment of schools in this area. This is a good reason to start construction of a new school which will be fully equipped with all necessary facilities and allow for an appropriate educational environment. 6. Schools in the Shaimaa area mostly work double shifts, which hinders the process of implementing extracurricular activities and prevents the ministry from achieving its strategy which requires schools to have full school day where students can benefit from full educational programs and activities.
• Improve the conditions of education in Gaza Strip • Provide children in rural areas with the right to education • Contribute to the reduction of the drop-out phenomenon