Sudanese refugees from camp Bambari, located in the Central African Republic, have complained about problems regarding the continuation of their children's education amid a shortage of teachers.
Mahjoub Abdullah Omar, a teacher at the camp, told Radio Dabanga that shortage of teachers, especially at the basic school, causes students to remain for three years in the sixth grade.
He said that a solution to this problem was that refugee pupils must study according to the school curriculum of the Central African Republic, which is in French.
The teacher explained that due to lack of any middle school at the camp, students must walk 10 kilometers to continue their studies at another school.
Omar appealed to the UN Refugee Agency and to other organizations to find a solution to the education problems at the camp.
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