Attacks on schools in northeast Nigeria and elsewhere are “a way of life” and their impact is “devastating” on children’s mental health.
Despite the dangers, boys and girls are returning in their thousands to places that were previously in the grip of Boko Haram extremists, according to UN Children’s Fund UNICEF.
UN News’s Daniel Johnson spoke to the agency’s representative in Nigeria, Peter Hawkins.
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