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STOP SCHOOL VIOLENCE School violence is widespread, it occurs in all countries and affects a significant number of children and adolescents. It is mostly perpetrated by peers but, in some cases, it is perpetrated by teachers and other school personnel. According to a United Nations...
School children as well as teachers & administrators need to feel safe in school. The duty to instill good morals & acceptable societal values in children does not rest solely on the shoulders of teachers. The rate at which students violently attack and disrespect teachers/school...
Let’s talk #Digital_Literacy It is common knowledge that the world is going digital. You will agree with us that almost every technical position/job in the world today requires Digital Literacy skills/competence making these skills indispensable in the 21st century job market. The American Library Association-ALA defines...
Menstrual Hygiene Day – May 28th #MHD2021 #OneGirlOnePad Education Without Barriers, Cameroon joined the rest of the world to celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day 2021. Commemorated under the theme “Action and investment in menstrual hygiene and health” EWB Cameroon team joined the HOTPEC orphanage family in mile...
#Day2 – Menstrual Hygiene Sensitization Campaign As part of commemorative activities for the Menstrual hygiene day, we embarked on another visit to BAIRD Memorial College -Bonduma over the weekend. The participants, over 30 in number, inclusive of both boys and girls leveraged on this rare opportunity...
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