Civil society groups are urging young people to return to schools in the country's English-speaking regions. Most schools in the two regions have been closed because of attacks and kidnappings stemming from the war between separatists and the military.
Students in Separatist Areas Urged to Go Back to School
VOA, 18 July 2019
Cameroon's civil society groups are urging young people to return to schools in the country's volatile English-speaking regions. Most schools in the two regions have been closed… Read more »
The last time pupils sat in this classroom to follow lessons at government bilingual nursery and primary school was in November 2016.
Socio-Political Crisis - SDF MPs Present Proposals
Cameroon Tribune, 11 July 2019
The Social Democratic Front Parliamentary Group at the National Assembly gave a press conference in Yaounde on July 9, 2019. Read more »
Tuition/Examination Fees - Actors Examine Hurdles, Seek Way Forward
Cameroon Tribune, 17 July 2019
A workshop on the electronic payment of tuition fees and official examinations took place yesterday July 16, 2019 in Yaounde. Read more »
'Main Beneficiaries Are Parents'
Nalova Lyonga, Minister of Secondary Education. Read more »
Switzerland has agreed to mediate talks between the government of Cameroon and separatist leaders aimed at faciliating a peaceful resolution to a three-year conflict. This is ... Read more »
Six members of Cameroon President Paul Biya's security team were arrested in Geneva for an alleged assault on a journalist who was covering a demonstration by opponents of the ... Read more »
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