Spurred by COVID-19, African schools innovate to close learning gap

Schools are now using radios and TV as strategies to ensure students can still be taught during COVID-19. Image: UNHCR/Leandro Andres Salazar-Lievano

Nellie Peyton
Journalist, Reuters Foundation
Kim Harrisberg
Water Rights Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation
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