In Yemen, a mother's determination keeps her children in school

|Source: Malaysia Sun |
A girl writes on the blackboard in Yemen. Credit: UNESCO/Linda Shen

UNICEF estimates that presently at least 350,000 children are unable to go to schools across Yemen, either because the schools have been damaged by the fighting, are occupied by fighters, or are doubling as shelters for the millions who have been displaced. 

Funding from GPE, BMZ, the KWF Development Bank, Educate A Child, and Japan is supporting the department of education with the rehabilitation of at least 728 schools across the country.

Read the article in the Malaysia Sun

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