In Zimbabwe, land reform policy hurts children's education

08/12/2004 | Mail & Guardian (South Africa)

A rural Zimbabwean teacher says the government's land reform program is resettling people on new farms far from villages and services. Instead of walking great distances to established schools or attending nearby substandard satellite schools, where classes are often held under trees, many relocated children are choosing to drop out of school.

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