Classroom blocks inaugurated at ChisseyMajaw Arabic School

Monday, January 28, 2019

A United Kingdom-based charity call Sharing Wonder Charity has handed over their funded for two classroom blocks, a water borehole and toilet facility to Chissey Majaw Arabic School in North Bank Region’s Jokadou district.

Dasilami Ward councilor Tamsir Chume thanked the donors for the gesture, adding that the school would provide opportunity for children to learn and understand their religion.

Amam Ali, Sharing Wonder Charity director of operation said they took a commitment to provide humanitarian assistance to less privileged families and society to enhance their wellbeing.

He commended Javed, Shazia and family for funding the construction of the classroom blocks and  providing water supply for conducive learning and teaching for children. 

Mr. Ali said the charity has three principles,  all of them aiming at ensuring to provide the best interest of communities. He said the School will operate in accordance with the teaching direction as agreed with AMANA Secretariat.

He thanked the community of ChisseyMajaw for providing the land for the construction of the school and call on them to work with the school management committee for a proper management and protection of the facility, including the solar panels.

Country Coordinator Abubacarr Jallow call on parents to enroll their children in the school, noting that education contributes to poverty reduction and human development. He noted that the charity attaches great importance to quality education and called on teachers to be vigilant and steadfast in ensuring standard.

Muhamed Keita, Islamic focal point at region four education directorate in Kerewan said the school would contribute immensely in strengthening Islamic education for children. He assured  that his office will be closely monitoring the activities of the school to ensure compliance in providing quality education.

Alkalo Alhagie Kebba Sise and Biran Sise both thanked the Charity for their foresight in responding to the plight of the community. They promised that they will be committed to the sustenance of the facility. 

Author: Fatoumatta Komma