Governor launches and Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano state on Sunday introduced the Support activity for Integrated Qur’anic and Islamiyya Schools in the state. He said the help was; a piece of his free and obligatory fundamental and optional training project planned for diminishing out-of-younger students in the state.
“It is with appreciation to God that we dispatch the Islamiyya School Support program by; gift of nourishment things and money to 1,000 Alaranmas (pastors) who are; from 1000 Tsangaya schools over the 44 Local Government Areas of the state.”
Governor launches and likewise complimented the endeavors of improvement accomplices, for example, the DFID, World Bank and the UNICEF. He praised UNICEF for offering school improvement award of N105 million to Qur’anic schools in the state.
As per him, “the introduction of representative checks of N250,000 UNICEF award; to every one of the 10 out of the 440 Islammiyya Schools in the state is exemplary.
“This award is in the aggregate of N250,000 each to network based administration Committees. UNICEF is additionally joining forces with us in the on-going statistics of the out-of-younger students over the 44 Local Government Area of Kano state,” he clarified.
He said; the state government had initiated the joining of Tsangaya Schools in the state into the customary training framework with arrangement of educators in English and Mathematic subjects.
Ganduje promised to support Qur’anic instructors to promote their training to nations like Saudi Arabia with; the goal that they would be updated on the most ideal approach to affect Islamic information to their understudies.