Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Foundation, ICESCO to Launch Project to Support Educational Curricula for Promoting Arabic Language in Chad

The Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Foundation and the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), through the latter's Regional Educational Center, are preparing to launch a project to support educational curricula in Chad. This project aims to promote the Arabic language, enhance its status at Arabic schools, and teach Arabic to non-native speakers in several primary schools in Chad. This will be achieved by utilizing the "Arabic Language Learning Series for Non-Native Speakers," issued by the foundation through Umm Al-Qura University, and supporting it by providing the necessary educational tools to achieve its objectives (computers, printers, projectors), along with developing an implementation plan to regulate the mechanisms of their use in the educational process, training teachers, and teaching students.
This project comes within the framework of the memorandum of understanding and cooperation signed between the foundation and the organization to support the project of teaching the Arabic language in non-Arabic-speaking countries. It reflects the awareness of the cultural role of the Arabic language in preserving Arab and Islamic identity and enhancing cultural communication among various peoples and civilizations.
In its first phase, this project, which is distributed across 20 primary schools in various regions of Chad, is expected to benefit 40 teachers and 600 students.

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