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وزارة التربية والتعليم

Ministry of Education

UNEVOC Centre since 1999




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The Ministry of Education (MoE) seeks to develop a qualitative education system to reach a high degree of excellence and creativity. This vision emanates from the Islamic Religion lofty principles and values and the Kingdom of Bahrain's interaction with the human civilization and its Arab belonging to satisfy the requirements of continues development that conforms with the international standards, as stated in the Kingdom's constitution.

The MoE provides educational opportunities for every citizen to develop his/her mental, physical and emotional potentials and skills through drawing up development plans, their implementation and evaluation to achieve the requirements of quality to enhance the quality and effectiveness of education in line with the international standards as stated in the Education Law, Higher Education Law and Private Education Institutions Law in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Most recently, the MoE has launched ‘The Digital Empowerment in Education’ program in order to give them the ability to employ information and communication technology in education, in order to build national competencies capable of producing digital educational content, and to graduate generations capable of creativity, innovation and leadership in this field.

UNEVOC Centre Coordinator
Dr Mohamed Alseddiqi
Director of Technical and Vocational Education

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Dr. Majid Al-Noaimi
Minister of Education



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