outh from the Sorouh Foundation-SSDF and the Engineering Association for Development & Environment-EADE on the right side of Mosul city launched a UNESCO-supported campaign to rehabilitate students who were unable to complete their primary education.

Youth from the Sorouh Foundation-SSDF and the Engineering Association for Development & Environment-EADE on the right side of Mosul city launched a UNESCO-supported campaign to rehabilitate students who were unable to complete their primary education.
They were also able to obtain approval from the Ministry of Education to open private schools to prepare them and equip them with school supplies, in addition to lecturers working for free.
“Our dream is to get as many young people back to school as possible and let them build a strong and new society so that we can get rid of illiteracy and ignorance,”