Dapchi Girls Go Back to School, Defying Boko Haram Abductors

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VOA News
Publication Date:
22 May 2018
Nigeria, Children and Youth, Education

The Dapchi girls' secondary school in Nigeria has reopened its doors, nearly three months after it was attacked by terrorists and 109 students kidnapped. Nearly all of the girls were safely returned home about a month later, but parents in Dapchi are grappling with tough choices - do they send their daughters back to school, is it safe? Chika Oduah reports from Dapchi.


Nigeria's Dapchi Girls Defy Boko Haram, Return to School

The Dapchi girls' secondary school has reopened its doors, nearly three months after it was attacked and 109 students kidnapped by Boko Haram militants. The schoolgirls were later ... Read more »

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