In Chad, making quality education a reality for a million children


In Chad, access to quality education remains a significant challenge. The Global Partnership for Education together with UNICEF and Educate a Child are supporting the government of Chad with a project aimed at strengthening education for almost a million children. Initial results include building almost 1,600 classrooms, using eco-friendly insulation materials that help keep indoor temperatures down, and constructing hundreds of boreholes and latrines.

This video is courtesy of UNICEF 

Basic Education
Sub-Saharan Africa: Chad

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