students in Juba

TOPSHOT - High school students from a Protection of Civilian (PoC) site take their final national school exams after travelling to the school by buses escorted by UN peacekeepers in Juba, South Sudan, on January 24, 2019. - As there is not enough space and facilities to hold exams at their school, 376 highschool students, 319 boys and 57 girls, in PoC are being transfered by bus for the examinations to Buluk A Basic School in the centre of Juba. Around 35,000 IDPs (Internally displaced persons) from all around South Sudan remain living in two camps on the outskirts of the countrys capital. (Photo by Alex McBride / AFP) (Photo credit should read ALEX MCBRIDE/AFP via Getty Images)

students in Juba

TOPSHOT - High school students from a Protection of Civilian (PoC) site take their final national school exams after travelling to the school by buses escorted by UN peacekeepers in Juba, South Sudan, on January 24, 2019. - As there is not enough space and facilities to hold exams at their school, 376 highschool students, 319 boys and 57 girls, in PoC are being transfered by bus for the examinations to Buluk A Basic School in the centre of Juba. Around 35,000 IDPs (Internally displaced persons) from all around South Sudan remain living in two camps on the outskirts of the countrys capital. (Photo by Alex McBride / AFP) (Photo credit should read ALEX MCBRIDE/AFP via Getty Images)

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