It doesn’t look like much, just a small brick building with a dirt floor and tin roof. But it’s a major step in ending child slavery in Senegal.
Residents of Medina Samba Diamanka have typically sent their children to boarding schools in the city to learn the Quran because there is no religious school in their isolated village. Unfortunately, some children never return because traffickers posing as religious teachers force children into street begging slavery instead.
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