School for migrant children in Qom (PHOTOS)

More than 100 migrant children, mostly Afghans, who come from different corners of Qom, are studying in this school.

Nabi Akram Primary School, built in Qom – central Iran – last year through contribution by the Japanese and EU people and the German, French and Korean governments, is now operational.

More than 100 migrant children, mostly Afghans, who come from different corners of Qom are now studying in this school.

The following images of the school have been released by the Iranian Students’ News Agency:

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