Village of Tedeini, Timbuktu, Mali

GENERAL LOCATION:Roughly 11 kilometers South-west of Timbuktu
STUDENTS (ages 6-12 years):57
ETHNICITIES/LANGUAGES:Tuareg (Blancs), Bella (Tuareg Noir)
VILLAGE HISTORY:Founded in 1986
LIVELIHOODS:Herding and artisanal crafts
CTC INTERVENTION:School built by CTC in 2010 and supported since then
A group of students standing
outside their school in Tedeini built by Caravan to Class A small group of students in their
classroom at their school in Tedeini built by Caravan to Class
Students review their lessons in the Caravan to Class Tedeini school, which serves 70 students.


Students of Caravan to Class'' Tedeini School in Mali read the alphabet in French.



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