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On June 16, 1971 more than 20,000 South African students in the township of Soweto took to the streets demanding to be taught in their own language. Armed police officers responded by murdering hundreds of protesters. Now a public holiday in South Africa, it’s recognized as International Day of the African Child throughout the world. The day focuses attention on the barriers African children face in order to receive a quality education. Where it started June 16, 1976, In Soweto, South Africa, ten thousand black school children march more than half a mile long, protesting the poor quality of their education and demanding their right to be taught in their own language. 1993, Standards introduced. The Southern and Eastern Africa Consortium for Monitoring Educational Quality is

Bridge of Hope is raising awareness of the need to improve the quality of education provided to African children especially in Cyabatanzi community at early child development center Happy international Day for African child. Bridge of Hope

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