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For 25 cents a day, poor Nigerians get a shot at science education

The Knosk curriculum mostly focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics Image: REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde

Abraham Achirga

TV Producer, Thomson Reuters

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The school relies on external funding, which is mostly donations Image: Unsplash/Emmanuel Ikwuegbu

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