After disaster strikes, Zinah continues to learn | Global Partnership for Education

After disaster strikes, Zinah continues to learn


In December 2012, when Zinah was 9, a tornado devastated her village. The school, with two classrooms built by the parents, was destroyed. From that point on, Zinah studied along with others children in an old protestant church turned into a school. Today, a new school stands in the village, and Zinah can continue to learn.


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