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NOC, BPMC re-open Al Samriyat School in Zawiya

The Al Samriyat School in Zawiya has been re-opened, following the completion of repairs by the National Oil Corporation (NOC) and Brega Petroleum Marketing Company (BPMC) – in accordance with NOC’s sustainable development framework in areas neighbouring oil facilities. The local population expressed their thanks for the initiative and appreciation of the repairs to an […]

SFL hands over Al Fath School to Sirte Municipality

The Mayor of the Municipality of Sirte, Mokhatar Khalifa Al-Madani; the member of Sirte Municipal Council in charge of education, Saleh Saleh, and the director of the Educational Services Office in Sirte, Muftah Ageela, together with representatives from the Information and International Cooperation offices, officially inaugurated Al Fath Primary School, after reconstruction work undertaken by […]

Bolstering Health System in Guwarsha, Education in Garyounis

In early July, the Jeel Al-Wa’ad High School principal, Mustafa Ali, received full of hope a contractor’s team, which will be in charge of the rehabilitation of the school in Garyounis. “Educational institutes are a big priority for renovation,” said Mr. Ali. “We have to make sure that our youth receive an education despite the […]

Conflict Keeps 279,000 Children Out of School

The United Nations’ Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has warned that the Libya conflict is preventing some 279,000 children from attending school across the country. “A total of 558 schools across various regions of Libya (were) classed as nonfunctional, affecting approximately 279,000 school-age children,” OCHA said in a report. Schools had closed […]

EU to Enhance Quality of Education

The EU and UNICEF are stepping up their efforts to improve the quality of education for all children in Libya by conducting a “Situational Analysis of the Libyan Teaching System”. This initiative should form the starting point for the establishment and implementation of policy relating mainly to teacher development, and one more critical milestone for […]

Additional $2.6bn for Overseas Education

A member of parliament has said that 3.28 billion Libyan dinars [$2.6 billion] of new money is planned for the overseas education of 41,000 students. Abdulmonem Alyaser [Al Yaser], GNC member for Khoms and member of the National Security Committee, told Libya Herald that of these, 31,000 would be pre-graduate language students doing a one […]