Somalia: Fighting for education
| Jan 19, 2011
"Sometimes the teachers make it to school but the children do not--when the fighting is too intense for them to venture outdoors," reports IRIN News. "Sometimes teachers make it to school only to find it has been moved--to enable displaced children to continue learning. This is the nature of teaching in war-torn Mogadishu, Somalia's capital, considered one of the world's most dangerous cities."
In the midst of the chaos and violence, this is the choice that teachers, students, and their parents face--obtaining a semblance of education or giving up altogether. To learn more about Somalia’s fight for education, read the full article at IRIN News.