Khartoum – The commissar of refugees (COR) Hamad Al-Jazouli, Announced that UNICEF is committed to build nine schools in the first phase of 2019 in the state of East Darfur, and to implement a number of schools in the coming stages.
He said that a delegation from the delegation headed by UNHCR representative Noriko Yoshida, the country director of UNICEF Abdullah Al-Fadil and the country director of the World Food Program (WFP) decided to stop the situation of refugees in East Darfur and the problems they face especially in the field of education.
Al-Jazuli said that the delegation held a lengthy meeting with the Governor of East Darfur, Anas Omar, and his cabinet members, during which he listened to the challenges facing the refugees in East Darfur especially in the field of education, stressing that East Darfur is giving priority to education.
He added that the UNICEF country director approved all the plan set by the Ministry of Education in the state, and that UNICEF as a first stage committed to the construction of 9 schools in 2019, through stages of construction of other schools, stressing that the country director of the World Food Program also approved the establishment of police stations in three refugee camps In the state and that the representative of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees committed to provide hospital assistance in the state
Al-Jazuli said that the delegation also discussed the situation of the refugees in Camp Nimr and the facilities in addition to the situation in Camp Paradise and needs, especially in the field of education, stressing that the delegation found that the school has more than 1600 students and students from the first row until the fifth, And agreed with the state government to visit the patrol every three months to see the situation, stressing that the delegation concluded his visit with the governor of the state once again and stressed commitment to what was agreed upon.