The closing ceremony of the “Cubs but Heroes” project which is part of the infrastructure sharing project
Which was funded by the European Union and the German Development Agency GIZ
Whereas, the Ketharet Dawood for Development provided the “Al-Khusus” Preparatory School with study seats
In addition to teaching 200 students the principles of reading, writing and the English language through the “Cubs but Heroes” program.
The program also included many topics aimed at developing personal skills, including “emotional management, time management and prioritization.”
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