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In the primary school “8 de marzo” in Layoune refugee camp, there are 1,127 pupils between the ages of 6 and 12 years. Photo by: Louiza Ammi / European Union / CC BY-NC-ND

LONDON — A fledgling fund dedicated to making sure children caught up in humanitarian crises get an education is off to a strong start, having exceeded its initial fundraising targets, and is about to launch three multi-year programmes in Uganda, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh, according to its director.

However, questions remain about


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