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No Teachers at Schools

Monday, September 12, 2022

Many teachers do not attend schools in remote villages in Raja Ampat and other regencies in West Papua and Papua. Some community groups work to rescue primary education there.

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Wolter Gaman on the way home to his village, a four-hour ride through the Mayalibit Bay, West Papua. Dietmar Klumpp for TEMPO . tempo : 172142289927.

THE elementary school in Waifoi village was empty. It was closed and no children hung around the school. On that day at the end of July, the school should be open and crowded with students, about 28 pupils of different ages. The school should officially restart after the semester break and the long-time Covid-19 pandemic online class, but there were no teachers showing up. “They prefer to play outside of the school or go with me in the fiel


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