Classroom Heroes: Amid Violence, Teachers Committed To Children’s Learning

According to UNICEF, the ongoing crisis in the Central African Republic has affected approximately 2.3 million children. As families and communities are uprooted from their homes, it becomes increasingly difficult to provide a sense of normalcy.

With the help of UNICEF, teachers like Nguinissara Rita are providing a key element of childhood in sites for internally displaced people in Bangui.

Learn more about her effort to provide essential education to kids in need.

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