While Training Is Hijacked By Way Of Conflict

In some photographs, students are replaced by baby-faced soldiers with machine guns slung across their chests.
Gruesomeness like this is a common sight for Mr. Ibarra.
Mr. Ibarra said that schools have become popular bases for both terrorist groups and the military in recent years.
PhotoWhat this means is that schools have also become the sites of some of the worst violence during the war, a reality that Mr. Ibarra finds tough to bear.
While there has been coverage of the devastated conditions of these schools, Mr. Ibarra said much of it has focused on the resilience of students who continue to seek an education despite the obstacles.

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