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School students in the village of Hamesh Koreb, Sudan. The area was the stronghold of the Eastern Front, who were allied to the Southern forces against the Government in Khartoum during the country's civil war. [Photo: J.B. Russell / MAG, 2011]
(#4) Schools in Sudan have limited resources, and only the well-populated, urban areas have access to proper supplies. The wealthier families are usually the ones that receive the best form of basic education.
Village school, AFGHANISTAN
ridiculouslysudanese: i can’t contain myself enough to actually add a simple descriptive caption this is literally my favorite picture in the world
Village elementary school in Pakistan
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One of our students comes from Khartoum in middle Sudan.
(#4) Because of the destruction from the civil war, places of education are limited in the South and the West of Sudan. The schools that are still there are either destroyed or heavily damaged.
Refugee camp school, Darfur Sudan
(#3) In Sudan, social classes are usually born into. The north tends to be more privileged than the south since they have more access to education and other economic opportunities.
Japanese traditional classroom of elementary school at Totsukawa village, Nara
Untitled by Nicholas Pitt on 500px - Schoolgirls at Musna El Basal School Kassala Sudan Africa.
Junior high school field trip
School children, Kaesong, North Korea