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Little_star 04-15-2008 12:11 PM

Madrasati: Queen Rania's school renovation initiative
 
15th April 2008


Amman, April 15 (Petra) – Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah launched, Tuesday, a new plan to renovate Jordan’s public schools and improve the learning environment. “Madrasati”, Queen Rania’s latest initiative, will build a partnership between community members and public and private institutions, to upgrade at least 500 of the Kingdom’s public schools.http://petra.gov.jo/Artical.aspx?Lng=1&Section=1&Artical=32093

Queen Rania launches the Madrasati intiative
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TLLK 04-15-2008 10:14 PM

In order to offer the students a better education, schools have to update their electrical systems to service computers, audio-video equipment etc..Also, older schools require regular maintenance.

The California public schools that I taught in were over 50 years old. We needed to modernize to accomodate wheel chair bound students, replace our plumbing, and update for technology.

Humera 04-18-2008 10:14 PM

We saw the beginnings of this initiative last year during Ramadan when Queen Rania visited and adopted several schools in the Kingdom.

A few more pictures from the Madrasati launch:
PPE Agency

Little_star 04-19-2008 10:56 AM

Amman, April 16 (Petra)—His Majesty King Abdullah II has provided JD3 million to support the "Madrasati Initiative" (my school) which was launched by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah.
News

Princess Mahala 04-21-2008 05:12 PM

Queen Rania checks on needs of school.

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Humera 04-21-2008 08:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Princess Mahala (Post 756844)
Queen Rania checks on needs of school.

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An article about the event:

Queen visits ‘Madrasati’ school

AMMAN (JT) - Her Majesty Queen Rania on Monday toured Shajaret Al Dor elementary school in Tlaa Al Ali, one of several schools covered by the Madrasati initiative.

. . . Undertaking part of the responsibility, the University of Jordan (UJ) pledged to sponsor some of the schools covered by the initiative, including Shajaret Al Dor, which hosts 340 students and 20 teachers in 11 classrooms.

The school has two buildings, dating back to 1955 and 1986, which need overall maintenance, including fixing electrical sockets and providing appropriate sanitary facilities and drinking water in addition to a computer lab. Jordan Times

Humera 04-21-2008 08:08 PM

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Queen writes an Op-Ed on "Madrasati"

The Madrasati initiative, launched by Queen Rania last week, is a new plan to renovate Jordan’s public schools and improve the learning environment. Over the next five years it will build a partnership between community members and public and private institutions, to upgrade at least 500 of the Kingdom’s public schools.

. . . The initiative brings together partners including the Ministry of Education, the Jordan River Foundation, Jordan Education Initiative, Royal Health Awareness Society, Jordan Education Society, Children’s Museum, Private Schools Commission, Greater Amman Municipality, the Queen Rania Award for Distinguished Teachers, UNICEF, Injaz and Ruwad, all committed towards providing the targeted schools with their needs. Rania Al Abdullah Queen of Jordan Official Web Site

The entire Arabic text of Queen Rania's editorial can be found on: Madrasati.jo

Little_star 04-23-2008 06:53 AM

23rd April 2008

AMMAN (Petra) - Her Majesty Queen Rania on Tuesday toured three private educational institutions which have pledged to assist public schools as part of the Madrasati initiative.
The ambitious Madrasati (my school) initiative, launched by Queen Rania last week, is designed to make education a social responsibility by pairing corporations and NGOs with 500 schools in the Kingdom which are in desperate need of repair.
Jordan Times

Queen Rania visits a private school that will be participating in the Madrasati program.
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Little_star 04-23-2008 06:55 AM

I'm glad to see this program getting underway, I hope it proves successful and will be interesting to watch over the coming months.

sofajr 04-24-2008 08:04 AM

Queen Rania with schoolchildren during her visit to a private school in Amman:

there are pictures on PPE Agency site.

PPE Agency

(unfortunately i cant give the direct link, so push on the main page picture and then you'll see the catalog of events)

dazzling 04-24-2008 09:02 AM

Since the launch of ths programme, its seems to be moving fast which is a good thing. Thank you Sofajr for the pictures, Queen looked sweet among the children I also liked her outfit, very spring.

sofajr 04-24-2008 10:19 AM

I think she does a good work.
undeed she looks great, very fresh. :flowers:

salma 04-24-2008 10:58 AM

Thank´s Sofajr

Beautiful picture, I like her outfit

[DNF] Fotoarchief Denieuwsfoto Amman

Godiva 04-25-2008 01:24 PM

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Originally Posted by sofajr (Post 758089)
I think she does a good work.
undeed she looks great, very fresh. :flowers:

I totally agree, the right word for Rania is ''fresh''.:flowers:

Rossina 04-25-2008 05:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Godiva (Post 758549)
I totally agree, the right word for Rania is ''fresh''.:flowers:

I agree with you Godiva and Sofajr .... she alaways wonderful :flowers::smile::wub:

asturiana 05-26-2008 09:44 AM

Jordan's Queen Rania visits the Al-Salt high school, which was adopted as part of the Madrasati (My School) initiative, near Amman May 26, 2008:Yahoo! News Search Results for Queen Rania Madrasati

Little_star 05-26-2008 01:23 PM

Thanks asturiana!

I've saved the photos you posted because the Yahoo links don't tend to last for more than a few weeks

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Mademoiselle Lilo 05-26-2008 03:53 PM

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i like her blouze.

Little_star 05-26-2008 04:11 PM

Thanks for those photos! I particularly liked this one
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Humera 05-27-2008 06:30 PM

Salt Secondary School to be upgraded under Madrasati initiative

Her Majesty Queen Rania on Monday expressed support for the Salt Secondary School for Boys, which will be revamped under the recently launched Madrasati initiative.

During a visit to the Salt Secondary School yesterday, the Queen pledged the initiative’s commitment to develop the facility’s classrooms and enhance its educational environment.

. . . Different plans have been drawn up for the school’s development including floating a tender to upgrade its equipment, Education Minister Tayseer Nueimi said during yesterday’s meeting.

Private sector representatives, who attended the meeting, pledged their support for the school’s upgrade through the Madrasati initiative. Rania Al Abdullah Queen of Jordan Official Web Site


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