Gaza, ALRAY - The Ministry of Education in Gaza confirmed that the siege imposed on the Gaza Strip since 2006 had a negative impact on the Educational process that led to stopping several projects due to the scarcity of building materials.
Undersecretary assistant of the Ministry’s Administrative and Financial Affairs Dr.Anwar al-Barawi confirmed during a tour organized by the ministry on Wednesday morning the role of the media in exposing the Israeli crimes against Gaza.
He praised the journalists’ role in covering the ministry’s achievements and highlighting the abuses it is facing.
The tour included visits of a number of educational institutions affiliated to the ministry including the schools of Mostafa Rafii for the Deaf and al-Noor and al-Amal for the Blind, the Industrial Center , Educational Radio, Training Center in east Gaza, and al-Aqsa University.
Undersecretary Assistant for Educational Affairs in the Ministry Dr. Ziad Thabet confirmed that his ministry is working on eliminating the evening schools by building more new ones.
He noted that the ongoing blockade greatly affected the educational process in the last three years, pointing out that the electricity blackouts affected the educational competence badly.