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교육을 끝까지 마치려고 노력하는 Fatouma 이야기

2006.12.28
Like other young women in her community, Fatouma’s day begins with housework. But Fatouma is no ordinary girl… she is the first from her village to reach the final year of secondary school. Studying for her final exams, Fatouma also hopes to be the first girl to graduate from this school in Tadjoura. A startling achievement in Djibouti where only one in five girls enrols in secondary school and only 33% of all children attend primary school. Fatouma’s village, is in one of the poorest regions with even lower rates of schooling. But programmes like UNICEF’s “School Bags” support government efforts to boost numbers by providing the poorest pupils, like Fatouma, with books and supplies. SOUNDBITE (French) Fatouma, 20: “Education is very important to me for getting a job and because it is the only way to become someone in society. A person who can’t read is very different to someone with an education aren’t they. – therefore one must be educated with good qualifications in order to go far and to get a good job.” Fatouma’s father died in conflict 16 years ago. As the oldest child, she works hard alongside her mother to care for six siblings at home. Her mother’s support and refusal to let Fatouma marry has been vital in keeping Fatouma in school. Most girls here are married young and miss out on the chance to help their families begin the climb out of poverty. SOUNDBITE (French) Fatouma, 20: “I hope that I will succeed this year. And I hope to have the opportunity to continue my studies for two years so I can get a higher degree and get a job as soon as possible to help my family, which needs me.” Fatouma’s dream is to become a teacher, to inspire and help the other girls in her village fight for their rights and follow the path she is blazing before them. This is Rachel Bonham Carter reporting for UNICEF Television. UNITE for Children.
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