CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF EXCEPTIONAL JOURNALISM
After more than three decades, pregnant students are now allowed to attend state-run schools in Zimbabwe. But students' and women’s rights groups warn more needs to change.
The pandemic has made digital access critically important. But a program that provides students with computers is increasingly unable to meet the need.
Public schools must limit how many days students can attend classes to comply with pandemic health rules. So what happens when school is not in session? Students are on their own.
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Photo by Linda Mujuru, GPJ Zimbabwe
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