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2008.01.09

* Bringing child-friendly schools to remote areas in Turkmenistan
* 02 min 17 secs
* 02 Jan 2008

In the desert oasis of Kunya Urgench, students are learning to break down barriers that could threaten their future.

Their school is one of 20 across Turkmenistan taking part in a pilot program to make schools healthier and more equipped to give children a better education.

With support from UNICEF, District School Number One offers students a resource center complete with a computer, dictionaries, games and puzzles.

It’s part of an effort to make schools in Turkmenistan “child-friendly:” creating classroom environments that boost learning and respect children’s rights and needs.

In addition to offering special training for teachers, UNICEF and the Turkmenistan government are working to ensure that schools have clean and healthy water and sanitation facilities……a key improvement in a region where less than 30 percent of rural schools have safe sources of drinking water, and where heavy dust from the Karakum desert blows through for up to nine months a year.

13-year-old Sahypjemal Gurbanmyradova says school has motivated her to become a English teacher.

She is a member of an English-language club run by Peace-Corps volunteers, and enjoys sharing what she learns in school with her parents, particularly her father, who is a math teacher. 

She says she spends spare time reading encyclopedias and playing games to improve her language skills.

SOUNDBITE (Turkmen) SAHYPJEMAL GURBANMYRADOVA, 13 years old: “My dream is to enter a university and study. [why is it so important to study]. Education is useful everywhere. You can’t do anything without proper education. When I get education, when I become a teacher, I would like to train students as teachers train us now.”

With help from UNICEF, more classrooms in Turkmenistan are offering students a creative and healthy atmosphere, allowing them to chart their own goals in life.

In Kunya-Urgench, Turkmenistan, this is Steve Nettleton reporting for UNICEF Television. Unite for children.



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