Puntland makes strides in expanding school access

|Source: Al-Fanar Media|
Education in Somaliland, Somalia. Credit: UNICEF/Hana Yoshimoto

In the past few years, Puntland has made great strides to rebuild its education system. School enrollment has increased and school infrastructure has improved. Recently, Puntland received a GPE grant of US$5.6 million, which will help more than 2,500 children from the region’s poorest households receive a quality education. 

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Education in Somaliland, Somalia. Credit: UNICEF/Hana Yoshimoto
Sub-Saharan Africa: Somalia

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