Bweju village school in Zanzibar

6th October 1995 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Another pupil for Bweju village school in Zanzibar. The government only provides primary education, but Bweju pupils are aged up to 21. Since the island opened to tourism in 1988, truancy has been a problem because younger pupils have been working as beach vendors.

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