In war-torn Yemen, a bombed school brings back hope to children


Amidst the Yemen crisis, efforts were made to open the Al-Wehdah school in Taiz, the third-biggest city in the country. There are no doors, windows, or desks; instead, 500 children use old exercise books to jot down notes while teachers lecture in small spaces underneath crumbling ceilings. The school is located within a minefield that was partially cleared to allow students a space to learn. According to the United Nations, an estimate of 2 million out of 7 million Yemen children are unable to go to school.

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