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The Dilemma

Eight years in the refugee camps in Chad. The refugees are from an Arabic and English speaking nation. Chad is a French speaking country. The communications between UNHCR and the refugees is only through the interpreters. Refugees education is the Sudan education system. The refugees thought that their children must study Sudan education hopping that the Darfur problem may be solved soon, to be home and that will be helpful for the children to resume the education at home. Now eight years have past and the refugees are not able to speak French or even those who could understand french have no rights to be employed as the native Chadian. The refugee worker is accepted by UNHCR as a volunteer to work for a small incentive. The future for these poor refugees is so dark until every one put the things in the right place.

Your mercy my God. Adam Jabal refugee camp Chad

Jabal refugee camp [secondary school] Hundreds of English books in the boxes and on the floor for five years without right to any one to use it. I’am the only English teacher there. When I asked why we are not allowed to use these books? The answer is until we built the library.

So the student might wait till the problem in Darfur been solved

Adam Moussa Ahmad Jabal refugee camp Chad


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