Exam time for Sudanese refugees in Chad
Almost 3000 Sudanese refugees in eastern Chad are sitting for primary school examinations. This is the first time refugees did the Sudanese primary examinations since the camp opened in 2003 to 2004.These examinations were made by the Ministry of Education in Sudan. They are being supervised and coordinated locally in 12 refugee camps by the organization Refugee Education Trust (RET). Adel Mohammed Issa, a representative of the organization told Radio Dabanga this is the first time for the refugee students to sit primary schools exams for refugees in the camps. They will be corrected in Sudan by the Ministry of Education, and results will be sent back to the camps.
“The number of students is 2930, 1537 of these students are boys and 1330 are girls, all of them are successful,” said Issa.
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