ISF Forces Aided By Coalition In Opening Facility
The different facilities and schools in the Baghdad region have been successful in providing educational option for the citizens and their children. But there have been a number of different schools that have not been in operation because of damage they have sustained in the war over the last several years.
Recently the coalition has worked hard to get a number of different schools in Iraq repaired and set up. The coalition supplied the finances and supplies, and much of the manpower used to fix and repair the different schools is provided by the Iraqi local government.
The improvements are being made to a number of different schools that were first constructed in the 1960s. The schools were damaged in battle, but now with the efforts of the coalition the schools have been successful in being restored and rebuilt.
The staff and teachers at the different schools also have gotten in the act, working hard to assist the ISF forces and the coalition, and as each of the schools are successfully repaired, then the coalition sits down with Iraqi leaders to discuss other schools that need to be repaired.
Nearly 25 schools have been rebuilt so far, and there are an additional 12 secondary schools that need to be rebuilt. Each of the schools are given materials, and supplied with all of the materials and supplies they need for the first year of educational operations.