KOICA Establishes the First School for Hearing-Impaired Students in Jordan
Korea International Cooperation Agency(KOICA), a quasi-government organization in charge of grant aid programs, held an opening ceremony of the Marka school. As part of the project for the ‘Establishment of a Special School for the Hearing Impaired in Jordan(2014-2017/$US 5.2 million), the school is expected to provide opportunities for quality education for hearing-impaired students in the Middle East area.
The Marka school has a total ground area of 3,920 square metre and can accommodate roughly 430 people at the same time. KOICA is comprehensively supporting Jordan from establishing the school, and sharing Korea’s knowhow or expertise to training Jordanian special instructors.
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