AANES builds 5 new schools in Syria’s Kobani
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By Fattah Issa
KOBANI, Syria (North Press) – The Education Board of the Euphrates Region, affiliated with the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES), has initiated the construction of five schools in the city of Kobani, northern Syria, and its countryside as part of a plan to accommodate more students.
Kamiran Ibi, the spokesperson for the Schools Administration in Kobani, said that one of the schools is being built in the neighborhood of al-Shahid Abdo in Kobani at an estimated cost of $100,000.
Ibi added to North Press that the school in the neighborhood of al-Shahid Abdo will include 10 rooms, eight of which are standard classrooms, and two rooms for the school’s administration.
He pointed out that the students in al-Shahid Abdo neighborhood were studying in pre-fab classrooms, and that the school construction project would solve the problem of the increasing number of students in the neighborhood and the surrounding areas.
The other four schools are being built in the villages of Debrik Sheikhan and Debrik Kitkan in the southern countryside of Kobani, and in the villages of Sarket and Kefoun in north of the town of Sirrin, southern Kobani, at a cost of $60,000 per school.
He indicated that there would be four rooms in each of these schools: one for administration and three for students.
Ibi mentioned that the construction of the school in Kobani would take eight months, while the construction of the schools in the countryside would take six months.
It is worth mentioning that the Kobani region currently has a total of 571 active schools across all three educational stages.