Our teachers have the right to have the place they deserve in our societies, and for everyone to demand their due rights. Nations are not glorified except by honouring their scholars and teachers, and it was only done by them.
According to the latest statistics, there are about 5,200 teachers in and around Idlib who work without salaries.
On this basis, we urgently appeal to civil society organizations, human rights and community organizations, to exchange fulfillment through standing by the right and legitimate demands of our teachers, which will reflect positively on the educational process and on the level of future Syrian students.
Note that in Education Without Borders / MIDAD foundation, we are doing our best to raise the level of the teacher and the educational process through several educational projects, the most important of which are:
In the Matching project, through which we aim to activate community participation by offering an initiative to local communities to raise money through community participation and the surrounding environment,
Education Without Borders / MIDAD provides an amount equal to the amount collected through community participation, to be distributed to volunteer teachers.
The number of beneficiaries of the project so far is 823 male and female teachers.