Parents open autism school in Zimbabwe

A school in Zimbabwe is providing a much-needed service that the country’s cash-strapped government cannot. There are no state-run schools that help children with autism, so some parents have started their own.

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    A school in Zimbabwe is providing a much-needed service that the country’s cash-strapped government cannot.

    There are no state-run schools that help children with autism, so some parents have started their own.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from the capital, Harare.


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