The Education Track of the National Reconciliation Movement carried out its first symposium entitled “Education in Yemen: Between Reality and Hope” in a series with the same title yesterday, Saturday, November 27, 2021, through a public virtual event led by three of the most prominent specialists in this field.
In the first session, Dr. Daoud Al-Hadabi discussed the importance of education in Yemen to achieve sustainable development and presented frightening statistics about the reality of education in Yemen and potential solutions to advance the education sector. As for the second session, Dr. Muhammad Al-Mahfali talked about the impact of the military and political conflict in Yemen and how it affected the education sector, especially the displaced children in the various governorates of the Republic, laying out some possible solutions in light of this situation.
For his part, Professor Ayoub Al-Hammadi, member of the Supervisory Board of the movement, spoke about the possibility of advancing the education sector in Yemen, the importance of education in the renaissance after wars, and the success stories of post-war peoples such as Germany. Dr. Nouriya Al-Asbahi, head of the education track, spoke about the vision of the education track in the movement in contributing to education reform in Yemen and the short and long-term solutions for the track.
The education track consists of a group of academic and professional expertise in the field of education who work under the goal of reforming the education sector in Yemen and benefiting from other experiences.