Qatar Charity implements projects to support Palestinian education sector
Qatar Charity (QC) implemented two educational projects in Palestine by opening six classrooms and providing scientific laboratories for preparatory and secondary schools in the Gaza Strip. The implementation of these projects came as part of Qatar Charity’s continued efforts to support the education sector in Palestine. The classrooms were opened at the Fahd Al-Sabah School by Qatar Charity’s Gaza office to reduce overcrowding. Besides, 28 types of laboratory tools and equipment were provided for preparatory and secondary schools across the Gaza Strip to benefit nearly 7,000 students.Qatar Charity, through such educational projects aim to contribute to providing quality education, increasing literacy rates, and creating an appropriate learning environment for students.Four years ago, Qatar Charity rehabilitated the scientific laboratories of 60 government schools in the Gaza Strip, and provided them with devices, equipment, and office supplies.In 2019, Qatar Charity opened the Al-Shaimaa Secondary School for Girls in Beit Lahia, north of the Gaza Strip, in co-operation with the Palestinian Ministry of Education and Higher Education. The school, which benefits nearly 2000 students, was built with financial support from ‘Qatar Cyclists’ Club and several Qatari companies.In 2218, Qatar Charity opened the Kamal Al-Ahoud Primary School in Ezbet Abed Rabbo of Northern Gaza to benefit 600 students in a remote area.Paying close attention to the education sector in Gaza, Qatar Charity works on building and repairing schools and training centers, in addition to providing schools with solar energy, and constructing classrooms.