First Published by Cameroon's lone English Language Daily Newspaper The Guardian Post Parents of children living with HIV/AIDS in Ndop, Ngoketunjia Division have expressed discontent with the eventual closure of the “Active Search for Pediatric HIV/AIDS (ASPA)”, project from the Division.
A workshop on developing effective communication strategies and interventions to alter the impact of prevalent narratives encouraging violent extremism in Sub Saharan Africa has ended in Accra-Ghana assembling Civil Society Organisation CSOs from the sub region. UNDP Mobile App Launch Accra Ghana Organised by the United Nations Development Programme UNDP in partnership with Albany Associates, the workshop from the 16 - 21 st of April had the approval and launching of a Mobile Application to help design campaigns to prevent violent extremism as the major outcome. Speaking at the workshop, Lamin Manneh, Director, UNDP Regional Service Centre for Africa, stated, “We contribute to the prevention of violent extremism by supporting development solutions that target the root causes and structural drivers of violent extremism. From 2011 to 2016, it caused 33,300 fatalities as well as widespread displacement, creating situations of pronounced and critical humanitarian need.”
North West regional delegates for Basic and Secondary education have indicted some lay private and confessional schools in the region for violating ministerial directives on the official closing dates by closing their doors for the 2017/2018 academic before time.
The Bamenda based not for profit Non-governmental Organization NGO Hope for the Needy Association HOFNA Cameroon has been granted Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council ECOSOC of the United Nations UN.
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The Cameroon’s Teacher’s Trade Union CATTU, the Cameroon Education for All Network CEFAM and other education stakeholders have express the need for the Government of Cameroon to increase the education investment budget.