Follow-up and evaluation have a positive impact to achieve quality in work, as a field visit was conducted by the NIHR team accompanied by a civil engineer to the implementation site of the model school’s construction project numbered B12. Serial 52 in Salah al-Din Governorate, and the positive and negative aspects were diagnosed from a technical and technological points of view and the extent to which quality and human rights standards were applied, including children and the possibility of enjoying the appropriate educational environment when using these institutions.
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