“When school closed, I really missed it, I just wanted to go back… I’m much happier now, knowing I can learn again. In fact, I want to become a teacher to pass on knowledge to others,” says Saev, 12.
Schools in Cambodia have opened their doors for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic forced closures six months ago. Children like Saev are finally able to learn, play with their friends again, and most importantly continue their education.
But the classroom is looking different than before. Students wear masks, practice psychical distancing and have their temperatures checked to reduce the spread of
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