Tawasol’s first step towards the roots of poverty in the area in 2008 was to build a school to educate children whose parents had otherwise put them to work in sweatshops.
The objective of the school is to educate children both academically and practically. On the academic level, the school follows the Egyptian government curriculum and is registered with the Ministry of Education.
On the practical level, however, the school incorporates innovative vocational training techniques to teach students specific crafts such as painting, embroidery and crochet. This helps ensure that the kids remain in school and do not return to the street because it provides them with income to support their parents.
Tawasol also focuses on the development of the students' talents through theatre and choir classes.
The school also boasts a library, computer lab, art room, showers and a kitchen providing balanced meals to counter prevalent malnutrition.
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