A conversation with Dua’a Bisharat of Saviour’s School

July 10, 2020- Posted in Education, Jordan, Live from the Holy Land, People, Video

Dua’a Bisharat, principal of Saviour’s Episcopal School in Zarqa, Jordan, talks with AFEDJ’s John Lent about the mission of the school and current conditions in Jordan.

The conversation took place via Zoom on July 7, 2020. Saviour’s Episcopal School is a progressive K-12 school in Zarqa, the second largest city in Jordan. In addition to offering a full academic program, Saviour’s offers 20 low-vision and blind students the opportunity to be fully integrated into the life of the school.

This is the second in a series of “Live from the Holy Land” conversations sponsored by AFEDJ. Look for more interviews in the weeks to come on our channel.

Learn more about Saviour’s School and the many other hospitals, schools, and centers for children with disabilities that AFEDJ supports in the West Bank, Gaza, Jordan, Israel, and Lebanon. These humanitarian institutions – some established more than 100 years ago – serve all people without regard to religion, ethnicity, or ability to pay and are owned and operated the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.