Returnee`s children education challenges a case study of Kuajok town the capital city of the former Warrap state south Sudan
Wurok Chan Malith
The paper endeavors to painstakingly enunciate the voluntary return of former IDPs and refugees to their respective areas in Warrap State, using Kuajok as a case study. The centerpiece objective of the study is to examine the return process for returnees, the social, economic reintegration and the livelihood activities. The social services provided for returnees, such as health, education, water, and sanitation are strenuously elaborated. As well as the land ownership issue is also surmounted. However, the main challenges floundering returnees` education inclusively subsumes, overcrowding and congestion of schools, lack of teaching materials, poor infrastructure, the medium of instruction is English and the most of the returnee children, speak Arabic, walking for long distance, lack of enough secondary schools, lack of qualified teachers in secondary schools.
Wurok Chan Malith. Returnee`s children education challenges a case study of Kuajok town the capital city of the former Warrap state south Sudan. International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 3, Issue 6, 2018, Pages 153-157