In the midst of the most abject poverty, parents have come together to build makeshift classrooms, hire a teacher, and buy a blackboard. Many of the kids work in the afternoon, selling charcoal to pay the $1 fee charged every term.
“Being in school is fun – and people with an education can have a better life. I’ll be a doctor,” says David Ichange, aged 12. (via Aid donors get an F for education « World Education Blog)

In the midst of the most abject poverty, parents have come together to build makeshift classrooms, hire a teacher, and buy a blackboard. Many of the kids work in the afternoon, selling charcoal to pay the $1 fee charged every term.

“Being in school is fun – and people with an education can have a better life. I’ll be a doctor,” says David Ichange, aged 12. (via Aid donors get an F for education « World Education Blog)

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