Saleema steps carefully through the crowded alleyways in Kutupalong with her blue-bound Quran held tight to her chest, removes her shoes and enters the dimly-lit classroom. Since formal schooling -- which suggests a permanent presence -- is not allowed in the camps, for many children the madrassas are the only places to learn.

Saleema steps carefully through the crowded alleyways in Kutupalong with her blue-bound Quran held tight to her chest, removes her shoes and enters the dimly-lit classroom. Since formal schooling — which suggests a permanent presence — is not allowed in the camps, for many children the madrassas are the only places to learn.

Saleema steps carefully through the crowded alleyways in Kutupalong with her blue-bound Quran held tight to her chest, removes her shoes and enters the dimly-lit classroom. Since formal schooling -- which suggests a permanent presence -- is not allowed in the camps, for many children the madrassas are the only places to learn.

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