The reality of education in the liberated areas
Aleppo and Idlib as model
It is known that education and health sectors are of the most important sectors through which we measure the state of society, as its civilized or poor deteriorating conditions are important indicator to the process of these communities.
If we follow the path of education during the Syrian crisis, we find that this sector is of the biggest sectors, which have long been destructed, and which predicts (warns) another near coming threaten.
The number of students in the basic education stage who have lost the ability to get education had exceeded the half in most cases, a case that is unprecedented or unknown in the developed and civilized societies.
That will put us as Syrians, in the near future, in front of a human bomb, which did not get its natural right to education.
And maybe we’ll be hit later with more dangerous sector, which are those who have received education through curricula governed by “Daash” institutions, and similar groups in the controlled “Daaesh” areas,
It is well known what the regime had done of systematic destruction of the infrastructure of education, through his intensely, and monotonous, bombing schools and the arrest of teachers, which left millions of Syrian children face a loss, and vulnerable to many forms of corruption, that find its fertile soil in ignorance and obscurantism.
In this gloomy climate, “Sadda” had carried (conducted) a survey- of 1000 Syrian family, in the off-system control areas in Syria, mostly from the cities of Aleppo and Idlib, and despite the enormous efforts made by the institutions of civil society, supported by international organizations and friendly governments, but the situation is greater to be handled without joint international efforts.
The survey was conducted between the June 15, 2016 July 25, 2016
In a survey of 1,000 Syrian families, the results were: 731 children in basic education – results were as follows
- 1. How many people is located in the student age group of 6 to 18 years
- 2. How many people in this category gets an education
- 3. How many people from this age group had immigrated
- 4. How many people in this age group leak into the labor market
–5. How many people in this age group that was exposed to infection or forced detention
- 6. How many people in this age group could be supported by his family to complete the study
7.How many people in this age group is working to obtain the study expenses