Assyrian Aid Society-Iraq and Assyrian National Council of Illinois collaborate to revitalize Syriac schools in Nohadra, Iraq

NOHADRA, Iraq — In a concerted effort to bolster educational facilities for the Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian community, the Assyrian Aid Society-Iraq (AAS-Iraq), supported by the Assyrian National Council of Illinois, has completed the renovation of three Syriac schools in Nohadra (Duhok), Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) and supplied them with essential resources. The three Syriac schools are the Nessiben High School, the Akito Basic School, and the Berta Basic School.

This collaborative initiative addresses the lack of government support for school restoration in preparation for the upcoming academic year. The primary objective is to cultivate a conducive learning environment for the Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian community, enhancing the prospects for academic success and excellence.

AAS-Iraq, underscoring its commitment to similar projects, emphasizes the necessity of ongoing support for the sustained improvement of educational institutions. The collective endeavor seeks to elevate educational standards, foster quality learning, and ensure ample opportunities for students.