Yemeni teacher turns his home into school for 700 students
Almost 700 children come daily to the home of Yemeni teacher Adel al-Shorbagy, after he converted it into a scmore
Al-Shorbagy opened the school following the outbreak of war saying he had nowhere to send his own children. Homore
Inside the house, facilities are basic, with exposed brick walls and big gaps where windows should be. Ripped more
Undeterred, the eager children find any space they can on the floor, with barely any room to move, let alone wmore
Despite the ramshackle setting and lack of facilities, the school is oversubscribed in a country where educatimore
Classes include maths, science and English, with Al-Shorbagy saying he follows the pre-war Yemeni curriculum. more
Students walk into their classes at the teacher's house, who turned it into a makeshift free school that hostsmore
The government-held city of Taiz has been at the center of a three-and-a-half-year civil war that has left milmore
The only other option in the city are private schools but they cost up to 100,000 Yemeni riyal ($400) per yearmore
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