Video: Kenyan teacher

Aida fears her school will close as parents can no longer afford the tuition fees.

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    Aida Otieno is a Kenyan teacher who started her own school after being made redundant.

    Now she fears that her school will have to close down.

    With earnings from Kenya's exports and tourism dropping, many parents are finding it hard to pay the tuition fees for their children.

    This is Aida's story.

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