DISCLAIMER : Not all schools in Zimbabwe are like this, however this is the situation that some students face.
Zimbabwe has been in an economic crisis for over a decade. The effects show clearly in the education system and the health sector.
In the deep rural of Mwenezi, school children are forced to learn outside in the shade of a tree. This is due to lack of infrastructure.
The government has continued to looot funds that are supposed to be for the betterment of the country, they have decided to keep the funds to themselves.
The sad reality that these children face is very unfortunate. Under no circumstances should anyone be deprived of a proper and basic education.
The wild is constantly revolving and what seems to be like the 4th industrial revolution, there are still children learning under a tree with little to no knowledge and experience of what technology is and how it works.
Source : https://twitter.com/PacheduZW/status/1440914507182878728?s=19
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