72 percent of South Sudan children drop out before finishing primary school

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South Sudan continues to register the highest number of primary school dropout according to the United Nation Children agency, UNICEF.

At least 72 percent of children leave school before finishing primary education. Early marriage and economic reasons account for the larger number of dropouts. A South Sudanese advocacy group is now working to keep children in schools amid enormous challenges.

CGTN’s Patrick Oyet reports.

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