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Kenya uses camels to transport books to remote villages


Primary education in Kenya is free, but it is still very hard for children in the most remote areas to get to school.

The Kenyan government says hundreds of thousands of children from the nomadic communities miss out on school because they spend their time looking after livestock.

Will Ross reports on how the government has set about bringing mobile schools to the children, with the help of camels.


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