The Ministry of Education, through the General Directorate of Student Activities ,in partnership with Teacher Creativity Center and Aman Coalition for Accountability and Integrity, concluded today the evaluation of the initiatives of the students participating in the Integrity Clubs for 2019, in the directorates of Tubas, North Hebron and Salfit. Noting that these clubs have targeted 15 schools.
The clubs aim to promote students 'integrity values, serving community through building community accountability, oversight, and public hearings sessions to enhance students' role in social auditing, with 15 schools and community level initiatives.
For her part, Habiba Al Kilani, Director of Sports and Social Work at the Ministry of Education, affirmed, to ensure a society free of corruption, valuing the ability of students and their positive impact through these clubs, praising the integrity models presented by Students.
For her part, the representative of TCC Abeer Al-Samoudi emphasized the importance of consolidating the foundations of integrity and transparency concepts, and thanked the "MoE" for the efforts in strengthening these foundations and building a generation to fight corruption, stressing the keenness of the "TCC" to continue this partnership in order to establish a genuine approach against corruption.
The Director of the Community Awareness and Outreach Unit in AMAN,Ms. Rose Khalil confirmed the complementary relationship between the Ministry of Education and civil society institutions in promoting the integrity values of school students , and opening the way for them to provide innovative ideas through community audit projects.