Study of Education Reality in Areas out of Regime Authority

Study of Education Reality in Areas out of Regime Authority:

It has been 6 years since the beginning of the humanitarian crisis in Syria, no light at the end the tunnel is looming yet, no solution to end this tragedy that cannot be summed in numbers, beyond each number lies a great misery of a human being.It has been 6 years since the beginning of the humanitarian crisis in Syria, no light at the end the tunnel is looming yet, no solution to end this tragedy that cannot be summed in numbers, beyond each number lies a great misery of a human being.
The suffering in Syria has exceeded both the geographical borders so the effects follow Syrians beyond borders and time because the damage will affect generations to come.
The highest hope that Syria has is the human being themselves to rise again and shape the future of Syria. Education has an intrinsic role in this movement, therefore greater concentration and support to education sector is a must.
The reconstruction of education sector is one of the main forthcoming challenges due to the great damage to this sector was exposed to since 2011.
This sector has been systematically targeted, starting by destroying infrastructure or the hazards the human resources are exposed to including life threatening situations and displacement, students, in fact were the weakest component of education sector.
The first step of reviving education sector is to analyze the reality and reach factual needs assessment that can be a base of defining priorities.  Numbers alone are not enough, these numbers need to be analyzed and visualized to facilitate formulating both urgent and strategic plans of restoring education sector.
This report will be divided into two main sections:

  • Section I: An analytical study that includes the components of education sector (schools – staff- students)
  • Section II:
    • An analytical study of evaluation mechanisms and monitoring education sector reality in areas out of regime authority.
    • Illiteracy
    • The importance of education for females.
    • Funding the education sector.
    • Recommendations.