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The Guyana tribe in search of a lost identity
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Painted on a classroom wall, high above the modest wooden benches and chalkboards, Moco-Moco primary school’s motto reads: “Onward upward may we ever go”.
It serves as a daily reminder that there are opportunities for those who apply themselves diligently at this tiny school of 81 pupils in a remote Amerindian village in Guyana.
Sometimes, though, the lack of modern teaching aids is a source of concern for long-time head-teacher Stephen Demetro. Continue reading