Abyan, Yemen, January 19, 2024, The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has successfully concluded a training course for mentor teachers on core competencies for education in emergencies in Abyan Governorate, Yemen. The initiative aimed to equip teachers, administrators, and educational staff in government schools with the necessary skills to provide education during emergencies, in coordination with the Ministry of Education.
A total of 35 male and female mentors from various districts, including Zinjibar, Khanfir, Lawdar, Mudiyah, and Al Wade'a, actively participated in the training program. Saleh Al-Dhaibani, the Director of the KSrelief office in Aden, commended the participants for their engagement and emphasized that the program's objective is to enhance the performance of teachers and elevate the quality of education in the targeted schools.
Al-Dhaibani further highlighted KSrelief's commitment to supporting projects in the education sector and other vital areas through collaborations with international, local, and UN partners.
The overarching training program aims to train a total of 250 male and female mentor teachers across the governorates of Taiz, Abyan, Aden, Lahij, and Al-Dhale. These mentors will subsequently work in schools within their respective governorates to train 15,000 teachers on effective teaching methods, improving their skills and overall performance.
This comprehensive initiative is part of the series of humanitarian and relief projects provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through KSrelief, with the objective of supporting the education sector and enhancing the professional capabilities of administrative and teaching staff in Yemen.