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    ICESCO Regional Educational Center in N’Djamena Becomes a Destination for Thousands of Chadian High School Students

    14 June 2024

    The ICESCO Regional Educational Center in its new headquarters in N’Djamena, the capital of the Republic of Chad, has become a favorite destination for high school students. Over the course of three weeks, the Center offers final review services for these students’ academic subjects before their end-of-year exams, led by a selection of the best teachers working with the Center.

    The ICESCO Educational Center in N’Djamena has been offering this service since moving to its new headquarters, officially inaugurated on 27 November 2023. The inauguration ceremony was attended by Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, Director-General of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), Mr. Moussa Khaddam, Chadian Minister of National Education and Civic Promotion, a group of senior officials and public figures, a representative from Qatar Charity (which funded the Center’s construction), and a large number of the Center’s alumni.

    The review sessions, attended by thousands of male and female students pursuing their education in Arabic schools both inside and outside of N’Djamena, covered subjects including Arabic, mathematics, science, geography, history, and other subjects.

    This initiative, implemented by the ICESCO Regional Educational Center in Chad under the supervision of Dr. Mohamed Ali Qamar, Center director, has received widespread acclaim from all segments of Chadian society. It is part of ICESCO’s new vision to support the efforts of its Member States in the fields of education, science, and culture, focusing on building youth capacities and equipping them with the necessary skills to keep pace with global developments.

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