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2007.01.22
Palestinian students returning to school Students in the Palestinian Territories are beginning a new semester after violence and strikes last year kept many away from their studies. In the West Bank, a strike called by unpaid teachers in the fall cancelled classes for more than 750,000 children, including these students at a girls’ school in Marda, a village north of Jerusalem. SOT: Hala "I am happy because I came back to school because I learn so many important things in it." Last year more than 120 Palestinian children under 18 were killed in the armed conflict. Mariam Al Ar’aj, the principal of the girls’ school, says she has seen its effect on her students. “When students came back to school, we faced enormous challenges – one of the most important being the amount of work for everyone – students, teachers and principals, she said. Also, we noticed a change in their behavior - there appears to be more violence in it.” Two-thirds of the population in Gaza and the West Bank lives below the poverty line and many families struggle to send their children to school. With the help of the Saudi Committee for the Relief of Palestinian People as well as other donors, UNICEF has provided school supplies and teacher training to schools across the region. This school in Gaza City, Al Tuffah School, enrolls 870 female students, most of them poor. SOT: UNICEF Special Representative Dan Rohrmann "Given the environment in which the children they live in both the West Bank and Gaza, we have to do one thing that is to protect the education for children, it is of utmost important that we guarantee the children will have the right to quality education." Their salaries paid, teachers are back in the classroom and students can begin returning their lives to normal – for now. This is Val Wang, reporting for UNICEF Television.
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