Vodafone Foundation and UNHCR expand Connected Education programme for refugees and host communities into Mozambique

– – • Instant Network Schools launches in Mozambique to provide nearly 9,000 asylum seekers, refugees and local students with access to quality, connected education. – • One school will serve the Maratane Refugee Settlement, a camp hosting a third of the country’s refugees, and another is the biggest secondary public school in Nampula city. – • The programme will support asylum seekers, refugees and Mozambican students who have been disproportionally affected by COVID-19. An estimated 5…

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