UNICEF Deputy Executive Director of Programmes Omar Abdi visits Rwanda
When I was a child, I also learned in a rural school like this one. My mother could not read or help me with my homework. But she found other ways to help me. She would sit next to me and burn wood so that the mosquitoes would not bite me while I studied.”
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