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Last update: Apr 4, 2021 Last update: 04 Apr, 2021

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Office: Syria
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Address: Imam Shafi, Damascus, Syria Syrian Arab Republic
E-mail(s): syr-communication@unicef.org
Contact person: Henrietta H. Fore, Executive Director of UNICEF
Phone: +963 11 619 1300
Sectors: Education, Training Education, Training
Nr. of employees: 501-1000
Types: Multilateral Multilateral
Status: Active

Description


UNICEF aims to help around 10,000 children to go back to a safe learning environment, and reach grade one students through the provision of more than 12,000 school bags across Aleppo.

UNICEF supports children in Aleppo go back to a safe learning environment After eight years of the crisis in Syria, violence and displacement have left noticeable marks on the education infrastructure leaving one in three schools damaged or destroyed and thus too many children at risk of a future less promising than that of other children their age.

In Tal Refaat, north rural Aleppo, with thanks to a generous contribution from Germany, about 600 children have resumed their learning with the start of this school year in two schools rehabilitated by UNICEF.

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Tender Management Modes

Financing agencies
UNICEFKFW94.1%
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UNICEF96
KFW6

Grant Management Modes

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