Hijacked Education: Nigeria
A young schoolboy studies in Maiduguri. Boko Haram’s attacks on schools, students, and teachers in northeast Nigeria have had a devastating impact on education. Boko Haram, whose name in Hausa, the dominant language in northern Nigeria, means “Western education is forbidden,” has targeted and killed teachers, education workers, and students. Maiduguri, Nigeria, March 2014.


Diego Ibarra Sánchez

Print Size: 910x610 mm
Frame Size: 1170x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Ultra Smooth 305gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS DI 173 08

 

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Hijacked Education: Nigeria


A young schoolboy studies in Maiduguri. Boko Haram’s attacks on schools, students, and teachers in northeast Nigeria have had a devastating impact on education. Boko Haram, whose name in Hausa, the dominant language in northern Nigeria, means “Western education is forbidden,” has targeted and killed teachers, education workers, and students. Maiduguri, Nigeria, March 2014.

تلميذ صغير يدرس في مايدوجوري. تركت هجمات بوكو حرام على المدارس والطلاب والمعلّمين في شمال شرق نيجيريا أثراً مدمّراً على التعليم. فقد استهدفت جماعة بوكو حرام التي يعني اسمها باللغة الهوساوية الشائعة في شمال نيجيريا "التعاليم الغربية محرمة"، وقتلت معلّمين وموظفين في قطاع التعليم وطلاباً. مايدوجوري، نيجيريا، مارس 2014.

Photographer:
Diego Ibarra Sánchez


Print Size: 910x610 mm

Frame Size: 1170x870 mm

Exhibit: POS DI 173 08

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