Helal celebrates local schools’ achievements
Nawal Dubais, the executive manager of the Girls World Language Centers, said the foundation has a future plan to integrate the subject of citizenship consolidation into the programs schools provide.
The project aims to help determine and analyze social problems in addition to studying the general policy of the country and giving alternative suggestions. The project targets 40 teachers from 40 schools. Every teacher will train 25 students at these schools.
Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Amat Al-Razaq Homad and Secretary of the Capital Abdulqadir Helal rewarded teacher Fawzia Abdu Rabu Saleh, the principal of Salem Al-Sabah School. Saleh has been in education for 33 years.
During the ceremony, Helal announced the launch of a residential neighborhood for male and female educators. He also said the local council will provide money for the neighborhood’s infrastructure, pointing out that this project will be one of the great challenges the secretariat is working on to help teachers acquire their own houses in Sana’a.
Helal said on Tuesday, the local council will start constructing two clubs for educationalists in Sana’a as well as establishing an educational advisory council composed of senior educators in Sana’a. This council will have the authority to supervise and put in place the plans for the educational process, organize competitions, evaluate the fathers and mothers councils in schools and select the best schools in Sana’a and other duties.
“Today we celebrate the retiring great educators who dedicated themselves to build a generation armed with strong will and knowledge.”
He asserted that Saleh is an example of honest teachers, pointing out that by honesty we can overcome difficulties and obstacles and improve Yemen.