Indonesian students in Banten
Indonesian students in Banten

Indonesian students in Banten

Indonesian students in Banten

Students are seen studying inside their 'classroom' at Bantar Panjang State Elementary School in Dahu village of Serang district, Banten regency, Indonesia on January 22, 2018. Due to the collapse of their school building, 62 students from grade 1 to 6 are forced to study in an emergency tents made of tarpaulins since September 2017. The emergency school has no bathroom, libraries, and other facilities. The Local Government claimed they will rebuild the school and relocate the students in March 2018.

Haber Merkezi 11:09 January 22, 2018 AA

Indonesian students in Banten

Students are seen studying inside their 'classroom' at Bantar Panjang State Elementary School in Dahu village of Serang district, Banten regency, Indonesia on January 22, 2018. Due to the collapse of their school building, 62 students from grade 1 to 6 are forced to study in an emergency tents made of tarpaulins since September 2017. The emergency school has no bathroom, libraries, and other facilities. The Local Government claimed they will rebuild the school and relocate the students in March 2018. Students are seen studying inside their 'classroom' at Bantar Panjang State Elementary School in Dahu village of Serang district, Banten regency, Indonesia on January 22, 2018. Due to the collapse of their school building, 62 students from grade 1 to 6 are forced to study in an emergency tents made of tarpaulins since September 2017. The emergency school has no bathroom, libraries, and other facilities. The Local Government claimed they will rebuild the school and relocate the students in March 2018. Indonesian students in Banten
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