“When I came to school, there were some who pointed at me and said, “Look, there’s a returnee! She’s crazy! She’s a witch! She has come from Tanzania.” - Angélique, a female returnee in Burundi. Many returnee youths like Angélique wonder what their identity is and try to figure out what ‘community’ means and how they can shape their future civic experiences.
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Recently, the Sindh Minister for Education and Literacy launched the first Education Sector Plan for Sindh Province in Pakistan. It is a significant and very positive step forward for Sindh.
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Photo of the Week: We strongly believe that if children who live in the poorest conditions have the ability to go to school and learn, they will be on their way to making a better life for themselves and their families, impacting whole communities and countries, and making the world a better place for all.Areas: Poverty
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