June 2017

A Year of Disruption & Grace

The school season of 2016-2017 at the Village Altonodji was marked by disruption due to ongoing strikes between the government and the public teachers, many of whom teach at the Village. The falling price of oil and the high costs of fighting Boko Haram deprived the Chadian government of much needed revenue. Austerity measures gave rise to widespread protests and strikes as wages went unpaid. The strike left the children without education for three months as the Village was forced to close its doors due to civil unrest in Moundou. Through God's grace, the children were able to resume classes at the end of November as a temporary solution was found. Please pray that the disruption won't affect the children's ability to move to the next grade level, and also for a long-lasting solution to the financial crisis.

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