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  • 1. School View A Sudanese School
  • 2. Introduction a few facts.
    • In Sudan few people go to school.
    • Not because they don’t want to.
    • There are very few schools.
    • Many schools have no class rooms.
    • Children that go to school consider themselves lucky.
  • 3. Boss
    • This is Elizabeth Andrea.
    • She is the Head Teacher of the C.M.S Basic Education School in Juba.
    • The Boss !
  • 4. A Typical Class
    • In Africa children are keen to learn. Why is that?
  • 5. The Reality
    • Education is one way out of poverty.
  • 6. We Can Help
    • We can help schools in Sudan.
    • This man has come to find out how that can be done.
    • What would a school need?
  • 7. Some Things Never Change
    • Pay attention class !
  • 8. What This Means
    • Sudan needs more schools.
    • Education helps reduce poverty.
    • Head Teachers like Elizabeth work very hard to keep schools open.
    • Helping her would be a very good thing.
  • 9. Thanks for Watching

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