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A displaced teacher studies in a classroom in Agok, a town in the contested Abyei region where tens of thousands of people fled in 2011 after an attack by soldiers and militias from the northern Republic of Sudan on most parts of Abyei, which sits on the contested border between Sudan and South Sudan. The woman is participating in a continuing education program for teachers run by Solidarity with South Sudan at the request of the local Catholic parish. Solidarity with South Sudan is an international network of religious orders and congregations assisting the newly independent country train teachers, health care personnel, and pastoral workers..