Robab Sayar High School & Batool Sayar Junior High School

Location: Haji Abad, S. Khorasan Province, Iran
Start Date: Fall 2018
End Date: Nov. 2019

1- Robab Sayar high school
    No. of Classrooms:  6 (Grades 10-12)
    Sq. m.: 630 (745 m2 Building + Schoolyard shared with Robab Sayar High School)
    No. of Students: 150

    Facilities: Office, Storage, Washrooms

2- Batool Sayar Junior High school
    No. of Classrooms: 6 (Grades 7-9)
    Sq. m.: 335
    No. of Students: 150
Haji Abad a small rural community near the city of Birjand in the South
Khorasan Province of Iran is a rapidly growing area because of the influx of farmers whose lands are affected by severe drought. They are abandoning farming and migrating to areas closer to cities. This rapid growth has put a great deal of strain on the area’s infrastructure, particularly schools of the nearby cities. Large numbers of students are crammed into very small spaces with inadequate ventilation and lighting; making teaching and learning extremely difficult. As well, adequate space and accessibility in terms of distance which parents consider safe for girls to commute, are obstacles prevented them from attending school.

Now that the construction of these 2 schools for girls is completed, 300 students, who otherwise would end their education in Grade 6, have been able to attend high school since September of 2019. 

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