Children Slowly Returning to School in Nepal
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But the government knows that the future of their country cannot wait for these repairs to be made. The Nepalese government plans to open 15,000 temporary learning centers until the destroyed schools can be built over the next two years.
To assist in these efforts, the United Nations has distributed education kits to these learning centers, which contain resources like puzzles and picture books. Many of the school activities in these learning centers will be light, and focused on psychologically rehabilitating children, some of who may have lost family members in the earthquake.
Source: BBC News