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Day of the African child: Anglophone Crisis, a Barrier to Education

Day of the African child: Anglophone Crisis, a Barrier to Education

The 2021 edition of the Day of the African Child was observed this week under the theme “A Child-friendly quality, free and compulsory education for all children in Africa“. But this may seem farfetched for some of the children caught up in the middle of a gruesome civil war in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions. The plight […]

Bamenda II Council Joins Schools to Fight Against Covid-19

Bamenda II Council Joins Schools to Fight Against Covid-19

Mayor Peter Chenwi has supervised and assisted in the reconstruction work of some dormitory blocks at PSS Mankon recently destroyed during a fire incident. The Mayor used the opportunity to call on school authorities to enforce barrier measures against Covid-19. The stopover at PSS Mankon on March 13, 2021 was part of a disinfection exercise […]

EAA calls for an end to attacks on education, shines light on young voices from conflict zones

EAA calls for an end to attacks on education, shines light on young voices from conflict zones

Doha, (8 September 2020) – On the first International Day to Protect Education from Attack on 9 September 2020, Education Above All (EAA) Foundation and its global partners are calling for an end to attacks on education and for world leaders to safeguard this fundamental human right. The call comes amid the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic […]

Teachers’ Trade Unions Call For Stop To Continuing Violence

Teachers’ Trade Unions Call For Stop To Continuing Violence

Anglophone teachers’ trade unions have jointly issued a statement indicting opposing forces in the ongoing anglophone crisis to bury the hatchet and spare the anglophone subsystem of education and the life of students and educators, considered the most affected. The press release in parts detailed the number of students and educators kidnapped, killed or who […]

PEATTU Suspends Strike Action

PEATTU Suspends Strike Action

The Presbyterian Education Authority Teachers’ Trade Union (PEATTU) has called off the indefinite strike action it launched last July 6, following a public noticed issued June 30, 2020. In a released on July 12, 2020 captioned “suspension of strike action” signed by the President of PEATTU Afu Stephens, it states “that we have listened to […]

Covid-19 And PEA Teachers; A Bad Mix

Covid-19 And PEA Teachers; A Bad Mix

Dear colleagues, comrades, We acknowledge that while Covid 19 poses a great threat, it’s consequences are heavy. It has meant loosing jobs and income for many, for others like Teachers whom we are, it means dangerous teaching and working conditions. Let us already begin to reason out ways to make sure that our world of […]

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