As the bicycle parade pedaled past, onlookers stopped to stare, their eyes temporarily fixed on the parade of cheerful children whizzing past them. “Where are you going?” they called out in wonder. “To Gayéri!” they called. “We are going to take our CEP exams!”
Students from the Bandakidini Primary School on their way to their exams in Gayéri, the provincial capital of Burkina Faso and twelve miles away from their village, were a sight to see. They were riding on new bicycles, provided to them through the Ambassadors’ Girls’ Scholarship Program (AGSP), which is funded by USAID. (via World Education - Feature Stories - Benin: Batonga Girls’ Education Program)

As the bicycle parade pedaled past, onlookers stopped to stare, their eyes temporarily fixed on the parade of cheerful children whizzing past them. “Where are you going?” they called out in wonder. “To Gayéri!” they called. “We are going to take our CEP exams!”

Students from the Bandakidini Primary School on their way to their exams in Gayéri, the provincial capital of Burkina Faso and twelve miles away from their village, were a sight to see. They were riding on new bicycles, provided to them through the Ambassadors’ Girls’ Scholarship Program (AGSP), which is funded by USAID. (via World Education - Feature Stories - Benin: Batonga Girls’ Education Program)

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