HOLEB, Syria — After the great success of the free educational institutes of the Elias Hanna Heritage and Charity Foundation in the city of Zalin (Qamishli) in North and East Syria, Chairman of the Foundation’s Board of Directors, Elias Hanna, traveled to Holeb (Aleppo) in northwest Syria to supervise the launch of a similar institute there.
The institute is located in the building of the Syriac–Chaldean Archdiocese in Holeb. The first courses will start next Monday.
More than 250 students have been registered so far in various scientific, educational, and professional courses.
The institutes’ course offerings also include International Computer Driving License (ICDL), English language teaching, educational empowerment courses for 9th grade through university, makeup and hair cutting courses, in addition to courses for electrical and electronic household devices maintenance.
During his visit to Holeb, Hanna met with students benefiting from the Foundation’s courses, as well as the administrative and teaching staff at the Foundation Center in the city.
The Hanna Foundation Heritage and Charitable Center was inaugurated in Holeb in April.