MOGADISHU, Jun 8 2021 (IPS) – Ten-year-old Sabah Abdi from Ali Isse, a small rural village on the Somaliland-Ethiopian border, scored well in her recent exams, placing third overall in her local village school of 400 students.Yet is was just three years ago Sabah spent her days helping with household chores and herding goats, rather than studying because her pastoralist family could not afford her school fees.Read the full story, “Education Cannot Wait Investments Transform Childrens Lives in Somalia”, on globalissues.org →

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