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Mobile teachers help out-of-school children from ethnic minority in Myanmar

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Date: 10 Oct 2018 | by: Billy Briggs | Story Source: TheirWorld ~ Go to Original Article

Years of civil war and tension has meant about 75,000 children from the Karen people have missed out on education.
An estimated 75,000 children have missed years of schooling due to poverty and civil conflict – but a new project is trying to…

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