This is the state of education in Iraq

The Norwegian Refugee Council has prepared an accurate report on the conditions in Iraq in general and the education process in particular. The research shows that since the outbreak of the ISIS war, the Iraqi government has cut aid and cooperation to (5\2) million children across Iraq, or has reduced them to nothing. 


This is against the Iraqi constitution and the Ministry of Education law which affirm that education is free at all levels of education, as well as providing all educational needs. Among those numbers, there are 770 thousand refugees who inhabit inside and outside the camps, and 240 thousand of them have not been provided with educational opportunities  since last year. In fact, the Iraqi government has never committed to the recommendatio...
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America’s Opportunity in the Middle East

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