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Mrs. Asmaa al-Assad visits Dar al-Aman School for Martyrsí sons in Tartous
Mrs. Asmaa al-Assad visits Dar al-Aman School for Martyrsí sons in Tartous
Mrs. Asmaa al-Assad visited on Thursday Dar al-Aman School for the Martyrs’ sons which was opened in the city of Tartous at the beginning of the new school semester.

Mrs. Al-Assad toured the classrooms and exchanged cordial speech with students about their hopes and aspirations for the future, encouraging them to exert effort and excellence in their studies to be “the best successor to the best predecessor.”

Dar al-Aman has a specialized training cadre that includes psychological and social guidance, and provides integrated services and facilitations for its students of the sons and daughters of the martyrs, including entertainment, education, transportation, clothing, stationery and meals as well as providing monthly financial donation to families of the students.

Mrs. al-Assad hailed the efforts exerted by the staff of the House, affirming the importance of strengthening this promising experience and expanding it to include other provinces and areas, affirming that providing education and care for the children of those who sacrificed their lives for the survival of the homeland is the minimum that can be given to them which will make the children productive in building a prosperous future for them and their country.

In turn, the teaching and administrative staff at the House stressed their will to make this experiment a pioneering step, not only in terms of establishing it, but also in regards to the results of its students and their excellence.

Dar al-Aman is currently accommodating 200 students in the first stage of Basic Education from the first to sixth grades of the sons and daughters of the martyrs. It was built on an area of 1458 square meters. It includes a library, a computer hall, an entertainment hall and a basketball playground in addition to the classrooms. It is supervised by the Ministry of Awqaf (Religious Endowments) and it teaches the curricula of the Ministry of Education.
Fri 2017-09-08  |  09:13:32   
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