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A man teaches students at a school in Kababiyan refugee camp in Peshawar, Pakistan. Aid programs for some of the 2.5 million Afghan refugees in Pakistan are being slashed amid the worst funding shortfall for a generation, as the European and Syrian migrant crisis uses up cash and dominates headlines, United Nations officials said.
Girls read books containing short verses from the Koran in a madrasa, or religious school, on the outskirts of Islamabad.
A girl attends a class at a makeshift school on the outskirts of Islamabad.
Hazara students attend a sketching class in Mehrabad, Quetta.
A boy recites from a book during a lesson at a school in a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad.
Hazara students attend a class at Ummat Public School in Mehrabad, Quetta.
Students run across a road while heading towards a madrasa (religious school) near a slum in Karachi.
Master Mohammad Ayoub poses with his fifth grade students at a local park in Islamabad, Pakistan. Ayoub, a Pakistani civil servant, started his programme to educate underprivileged children in 1985. Ayoub provides the educational supplies from his income as a civil servant while volunteers and his students teach the children English, Urdu and maths. Their classroom is in a local park during fair weather and a room in the local slum in the rainy season. 
A girls attends a class at a government girls' high school in Mingora, Pakistan's Swat Valley. The words on the girl's cheek read, "In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful".
A boy sits in a van with others while heading to their school after it reopened in Rawalpindi.

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