South Sudanese government urged to ensure children complete their education

Concerns are rising over the impact of early marriages on school completion rates in South Sudan. According to Human Rights Watch, more than 40% of South Sudanese children leave school early because they get married before they turn 18. The country also has the world’s lowest number of children enrolling into secondary schools. Non-governmental organizations in the country are urging the government to do more to ensure children finish their education. Here’s CGTN’s Patrick Oyet with more.

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