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This, to cut a long story short, was how Eskin got its practical new classrooms. As a result, the girls of the village are expected to be able to continue their education for at least three more years.
The visit of the mass media to the village on April 23 was not merely a celebration of this event.
In 2006, the Turkish National Committee for UNICEF managed to raise US0,000 for prefabricated classrooms.
Agreement was reached whereby the provinces of , which were chosen for the initial implementation upon a proposal from the Directorate General of Provincial Administrations of the MOI, would match the donations by allocating an equal amount of public funds for the same purpose.
That, however, was before the construction earlier this year of a row of four new prefabricated classrooms.
Who first had the idea of making use of prefabricated buildings to make up for the loss of schoolrooms?
Many conservative families were also unwilling to educate their daughters, particularly beyond the age of about 11, because they did not want them to mix with boys and men at school or en route.Despite the decline in the pace of population growth, 1.4m boys and girls reach primary school age each year.Many existing schools have also become overburdened as a result of rapid migration from rural to urban areas and from poorer provinces to crowded suburbs of major cities.Yet ironically, the progress made by the girls’ education campaign only exacerbated the deficit of physical facilities.Moreover, overcrowded school facilities provided families, community leaders and officials still unconvinced about the benefits of girls’ education with a powerful excuse for keeping girls at home.