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Ntankah Freed Hostages Reunited With Love Ones

Ntankah Freed Hostages Reunited With Love Ones

The four hostages recently freed from the grip of Amba fighters at Ntankah-Mankon have reunited with their parents and the education family at a brief event at the Gendarmerie Legion Bamenda, this Saturday February 6, 2021. Only three of the four were able to attend the event because the fourth was still recovering from a […]

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 […]

5 STEPS FOR THE RESUMPTION OF SCHOOL IN SW AND NW REGIONS

5 STEPS FOR THE RESUMPTION OF SCHOOL IN SW AND NW REGIONS

1⃣ Initiates dialogue for a cease-fire with all groups within Cameroon and in the Diaspora that are waging an armed fight in the North West and South West regions. 2⃣ Engages in dialogue with the teacher’s unions in the North West and South West regions to determine the conditions for the resumption of school and […]

Residents Caught in Outbreak of Violence in Cameroon

Residents Caught in Outbreak of Violence in Cameroon

On February 16, 170 students, mostly girls under 18, were abducted by a group of armed separatists from a boarding school in Kumbo, in the North-West region of Cameroon. The separatists, who stormed the building in the early hours, also abducted a teacher and two guards. Everyone was released the following day amid rumours of […]

Extended Ghost Town Losing Steam

Extended Ghost Town Losing Steam

The call for three days of ghost town forced on the populations of the Northwest and Southwest regions have witnessed a downward trend in week two. The ghost town usually leaves the streets of Bamenda quiet with total blackout to business activities, a general silence around markets and its surrounding areas, handful of commercial motor […]

EDUCATION AND DIALOGUE: THE BEST TOOLS FOR GENUINE NATION BUILDING

EDUCATION AND DIALOGUE:  THE BEST TOOLS FOR GENUINE NATION BUILDING

  By Professor Jean-Emmanuel PONDI Never in the modern history of popular emancipation has not going to school been used as a winning strategy to attain the full emancipation of a people. Let us be clear from the onset. As I acknowledged in a reflection published as early as December 22nd, 2016 – for a […]

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