The Korea International Cooperation Agency(KOICA) said Wednesday that it has built a special purpose school in Jordan catering to elementary, middle and high school students with hearing disabilities.
The government agency that provides grant-type aid assistance invested five-point-two million dollars into the project since 2014 aimed at improving education quality for hearing-impaired students in Jordan and fostering specialized teachers.
The five-story school with 32 classrooms is located in the district of Marka in the Greater Amman Municipality.
The school is equipped with teaching materials, tools and equipment including for diagnosing hearing impairment.
Experts on curricula and course book development for such students will also be dispatched to the school.
The KOICA will hold a ceremony marking the school's completion in October and wrap up the project.