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Baqa Camp, Jordan.
Baqa Camp, Jordan.

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By the fall of 1967, UNRWA had to find 20,000 school places for children in east Jordan who had fled with their families from the West Bank and Gaza. Of these, 11,000 children were eventually taught in 26 tented schools in emergency camps in the Jordan valley, and then in the Jordanian hills. Other children were taught in established UNRWA/UNESCO schools in Jordan which were forced to operate in two shifts to cope with the additional caseload.
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Keywords: Palestine refugees 1967 War schools children Jordan Baga Camp
Photographer: UNRWA
Copyright: UNRWA
Date: 1967
Place: Baqa Camp
Country: Jordan
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