Of the victims, four teachers were from Muidumbe and the rest from the districts of Nangade, Palma and Macomia, said Gina Guibunda, spokeswoman for the Ministry of Education and Human Development ( Minedh) of Mozambique.”The situation affected more the districts to the north of Cabo Delgado, where the attacks took place. affected by the armed violence, having been forced to leave their regions of origin.According to the official, a total of 46 schools, 104 classrooms, 30 administrative blocks and five buildings of the education, youth and technology district services were destroyed as a result. of attacks. “Throughout 2021, there were no classes in 385 schools, with, in the last quarter, 166 that managed to resume”, added Gina Guibunda. According to Minedh, a total of 1,600 teachers have been reintegrated into the education system in the regions and provinces where they fled the violence. Without giving details, Gina Guibunda said that the construction and rehabilitation of primary and secondary schools is planned this year, as part of the Cabo Delgado Reconstruction Project, noting that primary schools were the most affected by the terrorists’ actions.
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