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© 2015 Bede Sheppard/Human Rights Watch Boko Haram in Nigeria is one of the deadliest extremist armed groups in the world.
According to the Global Terrorist Index 2015, published by the Institute for Economics and Peace, the group was responsible for the deaths of over 6,644 people in Nigeria and Cameroon in 2014 alone.
It has dramatically affected hundreds of thousands of school children at all levels of education, and thousands of teachers and education administrators.
In such camps, schools consist of children grouped according to their age in large rooms or underneath trees for three to four hours of lessons per day, in most cases three times a week.
School materials such as paper and pencils are provided in United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) supplied bags, but there are no textbooks for the children, or other teaching aids for teachers.
More than 2,000 people, many of them female, have been abducted by the group, many from their schools from the beginning of the conflict.
Thousands more students and teachers have been injured, some in deadly suicide bombs in the same period.