“It’s important my kids get to go to school. I’m relieved to see that they are learning more and more everyday. I try to support them but it’s hard because I never went to school myself. Sometimes they ask me to help them with their homework but I just don’t have the answers to their questions. The only thing I tell them is to trust on their instincts then they often respond with: ‘Mum, you just never know the answers’.”

Nicaragua – Matagalpa

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