The problems of overcrowding of students in schools continue, as a result of the large numbers outside the absorptive capacities, the reliance on the triple shift, the lack of buildings, and the lack of services and means of education, which led to the students sitting on the floor during lessons.
This called NIHR to contribute through visiting the investment projects to build (1000) model schools under the contract concluded by the Iraqi government with Asian companies to find out the extent to which a safe educational environment is provided for children and the stages reached by those companies and the rates of their achievement.




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