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Cameroon

Overview





Since gaining independence in January 1st 1960, Cameroon has increasingly prioritized the development of education and the eradication of illiteracy as a strategy of promoting development and social empowerment. At the same time for over the past five decades our school system is inevitably affected by the social and economic environments in which they operate.

The region of Nord-Ouest has a population of 1,900,547 (GeoNames) and 10% out of school children between the ages of 7-14 according to the Demographic and Health Survey. The region needs schools to sustain its needs and keep our promises made to children around the world. The Diaspora World Cup has broken ground on its first school in the neighborhood ofMonti minutes from the city of Yaound. The three-story building is comprised of 12 small set classrooms to accommodate 300 K-6 Elementary School age children. Stay Tuned!!!

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