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Fri Mar 8 2013, 14:18:26
Editor's Note: This op-ed originally appeared on TakePart.
Ongoing violence in Sudan's western Darfur region has driven more than 271,000 civilians to flee their homes and temporarily resettle in refugee camps across the border in eastern Chad. Today, after 10 years of conflict, these refugees depend on international support for basic needs such as food and water, but, just as importantly, they also depend on this support for education. However, as fighting in Darfur continues, funding for Darfuri refugee education has decreased and further budget cuts remain a major concern among the refugee population. [view whole blog post ]