Saida Generations School
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Saida Generation School (SGS) at Orphan Welfare Organization (OWO) aims to provide free high-quality educational services to the underprivileged students in society as well as to students with learning difficulties, who suffer from dire social and psychological conditions.


- Up to 750 students from the age of 3 to 15 years old.


  • Reduce elementary school dropout rates through the “Learning Support Department”.
  • Provide students with the competencies needed to help them continue their academic and vocational goals.
  • Empower students to help them work independently.
  • Provide students with basic life skills that will enable them to integrate into the society
  • Foster close relationships between the staff and parents
  • Solidify all the values students need to be good citizens.

                Modernized Learning Method
                Smart Boards | Computer Labs | Digital Platform

                Weekly Club Activities
                Reading | Environment | Sports | Art | Science Laboratory


  • Provide education to students from kindergarten to sixth grade
  • Provide academic support to students with learning difficulties
  • Apply individualized learning methods to accommodate school dropouts
  • Implement modification behavioral plan in order to modify the students’ behavior
  • Provide psychological support through experts in the field
  • Provide health services through professional nurses
  • Organize emotional and social support sessions for students and their families

Learning Support Department
Special and individualized curriculums for learning challenged students to prepare them to rejoin and continue their education in mainstream classes.

Our aim, at Saida Generations School, is to provide free education to underprivileged children. 

We also teach and practice good values that make them good citizens in the future. In order to achieve our goal, a team of specialized teachers give support to students who have learning difficulties and well trained social workers build bridges between school and parents who become our partners.