The Sheikh of Qatar Donated 25 Computers to Kirzhach School

The children prepared musical numbers in response to

Governor Vladimir Sipyagin together with the Ambassador of the State of Qatar, Sheikh Ahmed bin Nasser bin Jassim Al-Thani, as well as the Deputy Secretary of the Security Council Alexander Venediktov visited Kirzhach secondary school № 3. According to the press service of the regional administraion, the high foreign guest arrived on a humanitarian visit and presented the schoolchildren with 25 computers.

In response, the children prepared musical numbers and handmade gifts. The guests were given a tour of the school and shown the library and the Growth Point Center.

“I would like to express my gratitude to the teaching staff and all the guys for such a warm meeting – I emphasize this – at the international level! Our foreign friends appreciated the Russian hospitality and saw what smart and talented young people we have. It is visible that you successfully develop and that the state managed to create in your native school decent conditions”, – the head of region has noted.

In kirzhachsky school 870 children are studying and the program “Success of every child” is realized. It is true that before the arrival of the sheikh, computers in the classroom, apparently, were not enough.

Educational institutions in the Vladimir region are increasingly receiving foreign aid for things that should be done with budget funds, but for some reason are not being done. For example, just recently a high school in Gus-Khrustalny became a finalist in an all-Russian contest from a manufacturer of household chemicals and will receive repairs to the restroom.

The school administration employees pointed out that students are embarrassed to use the school toilet, while teachers in an interview with TV station Dozhd stated that their toilets are far from being the worst, just that the school has been more effective in reporting the problems. The same school will make a sports field with the help of a sports brand.

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