SDG 01: No Poverty

More refugee girls in Chad see a path to a university education – here’s how

Refugee camp's school system transformed when Chad turned its refugee schools into accredited public institutions, meaning they benefit from state resources. Image: REUTERS/Claire Soares

Nellie Peyton

Journalist, Reuters Foundation

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A school director poses for a photo in her office in Toyloum refugee camp Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Nellie Peyton
Children at a primary school in Touloum refugee camp in Iriba, Chad, November 27, 2019. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Nellie Peyton
A photo of Touloum refugee camp in Iriba, Chad, November 27, 2019 Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Nellie Peyton

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