Three thousand out of 8000 students in Aleppo western countryside don’t have textbooks, knowing that most of the available textbooks are second-hand ones, Orient news’ Ammar Jaber says.
Mohammed Najem, a student from Hayan town, told Orient that he and his friends do not have textbooks.
Hundreds of students learn in homes as half of the schools were destroyed by Assad regime’s bombing campaigns.
Moreover, schools lack doors and windows due to the absence of supporting NGOs and INGOs.
“There is a severe lack of books,” an official in the educational complex in Anadan told Orient “We have not received any new school book during this school year,” he added.