Children in need face many challenges during their study. Some live in rundown houses where they find
it difficult to study and concentrate.
Others face the challenge of online learning due to bad or no Internet
connection. These challenges will lead to parts of the curriculum being missed,
thus hindering academic progress.
These challenges faced by people in need widen the learning gap and
disparity between these students and others in the society. TAWAZON initiatives aim to bridge this gap,
breaking the cycle of poverty, helping students escape from delinquency and
building the foundation for a brighter future.
Our education committee works on strengthening the learning process
by offering an after-school remedial support in the learning center. This program will scaffold the academic needs
of students helping them succeed during the academic year.
The objectives of the "After School Remedial Program” are:
- To develop the skills and
capacities of students who face learning difficulties at school, and bridge
their accrued learning gaps.
- To allow participating students to
succeed during the school year, based on strong foundations, with a particular
focus on the students who have official exams.
- Provide a healthy learning
environment that provides all that is needed for proper acquisition of