First Indonesian city signs landmark education deal for migrant children

8 August 2018

Hundreds of migrant children are getting the chance to go to school in Indonesia’s third city as part of a groundbreaking deal with the UN Migration Agency, IOM announced on Wednesday.

Under the agreement officials in Medan in northern Sumatra, have committed to help the migrant children - mainly of Afghan origin -  attend lessons.

UN News’s Michelle Kusuma spoke with IOM spokesperson Paul Dillon.

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Michelle Kusuma, UN News
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