Her Highness Sheikha Moza visits EAA projects for refugee children in Malaysia

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Her Highness Sheikha Moza visits EAA projects for refugee children in Malaysia
H H Sheikha Moza bint Nasser during her visit to the Education Above All (EAA) centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, yesterday. Also seen is the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dr Wan Azizah Ismail, who hosted a dinner banquet in honour of H H Sheikha Moza.

Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Education Above All (EAA), visited two out of 131 educational centres in Malaysia upheld by EAA's "Teach A Child" program in collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Amid the visit, Her Highness investigated the accomplishments of the two schools. 

Her Highness Sheikha Moza, joined by UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi, saw at direct the accomplishments made at Dignity focus. Her Highness likewise visited the Sahabat Support Center School as a major aspect of their yearly festival. The school incorporates displaced person understudies from 17 nations. The jamboree saw the investment of around 300 kids and included different games exercises and a display of handiworks and craftsmanship for the understudies of the school. 

"It is obvious from what I have seen here in Malaysia that quality essential instruction can really change the course of a youngster's life," said H H Sheikha Moza. "Furnishing exiles with learning and aptitudes implies they can be advantages for their host nations and later help the reconstructing of their nations of origin. I'm glad for the work being done here and appreciative to Malaysia and its kin for helping these kids get to a superior future." 

Her Highness' visit pursues a consent to seek after a key organization went for selecting in excess of 450,000 evacuee and inside uprooted kids in schools in 15 nations and expands on existing coordinated effort. The association will make accessible a mutual commitment of nearly $100m in help for learning among exile and inside dislodged youngsters. Backing for this association undertaking will incorporate a commitment from EAA's vital accomplice, the Qatar Fund for Development. 

"With more than four million displaced person kids as of now out of school around the world, there is a lot more to do," H H Sheikha Moza said. "I ask more accomplices to approach - we as a whole should have our influence to get more youngsters into study halls - which is the place they have a place." 

EAA and its accomplices are as of now supporting more than 10.4 million out-of-younger students in 50 nations, giving them access to training.