Informations et ressources scientifiques
sur le développement des zones arides et semi-arides

Accueil du site → Projets de développement → Projets 2013 → Schools Construction, Rehabilitation and Equipment in the Occupied Palestinian Territory - PHASE IV

2013

Schools Construction, Rehabilitation and Equipment in the Occupied Palestinian Territory - PHASE IV

Palestine

Agence Belge de Développement

Titre : Schools Construction, Rehabilitation and Equipment in the Occupied Palestinian Territory - PHASE IV

Pays : Palestine

Code : PZA1203211

Durée : 17 July 2013 — 16 July 2020

Contexte
An ESS (equivalent student sufferings) software has been developed to identify the areas with the highest needs in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. The results were used to make a priority list and accordingly three local design consultants prepared the drawings and tender documents for 7 new schools (including one vocational) in the West Bank and 9 rehabilitations in East Jerusalem. Due to the political situation, no schools in Gaza have been selected yet.

Objectifs
Objectif général : The quality of primary and secondary education in the Palestinian Territory is improved.
Objectifs spécifiques : Better access to education in the Palestinian Territory through improved infrastructure and the creation of a healthy, safe, child and environment friendly educational atmosphere.

Projet
In addition the project will construct 2 schools and 8 kindergarten classrooms in Area C (Israeli controlled area in the West Bank). Finally, in order to meet the quality objective, a design competition is held for one eco-sustainable secondary girls school with multi-purpose sports hall and environment lab. The schools will be built, furnished and equipped and include specialized rooms & facilities (science and computer lab, library, multi-purpose room,…). Capacity building activities are organised for the engineers of the ministry of education and higher education, the directorates, school headmasters and teachers, students and communities. A training assessment and users’ satisfaction survey will be held to determine the exact activities.

The direct beneficiaries of this project are more than 7.360 students, who are, or will be enrolled in those schools. The indirect beneficiaries are the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, headmasters, teachers and the related Palestinian communities.

Présentation : ENABEL

Page publiée le 1er août 2020