Shlama from Ankawa where we’ve just established a dorm for university students majoring in Syriac! The Syriac language is taught as a bachelor’s degree and most students pursuing the degree live in distant villages and come from economically challenged families. The cost of leaving these villages and living in the city can be a costly burden. After rehabilitating the home, we furnished it and paid rent for one year. We hope this project will encourage more students to major in the Syriac language as a major and pursue higher education.