"Some people make fun of me when I tell them I want to continue going to school but for me, there's no right age."
Yande, 17, enrolled in school for the first time after fleeing from Boko Haram's violence in Nigeria to a refugee camp in Chad. "With my baby, I was hesitant to come to school but the principal said that I could come to class with him. I think that school can help women to become self-sufficient. If I had the opportunity to go to school, I wouldn’t have married so young."
"Today, school is what helps me forget all my worries."