Monthly Archives: August 2019

A Review of a book titled “Anglophone Lawyers and Teachers Strikes in Cameroon (2016 – 2017): A Multidimensional Perspective”

By Prof. Nol Alembong, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Buea Bibliographical details: Kashim I. Tala and Kingsley L. Ngange, eds. Yaounde: Les Presses Universitaires, 2019. 302 pp. ISBN 2-84936-129-1. In his soul-searching essay titled “The Task of Today”, Bernard Fonlon, the erudite scholar of yesteryears, opines that “No man however intelligent, however educated, however experienced, […]

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Recommendations by Esambe Livinus Njume on Education during the Consultative Scientific Conference for the Planification of the Second Phase of Vision 2035

The main pillars on which education plays a crucial role in increasing labour productivity, include; a solid basic education providing pupils with a set of basic skills, including literacy and numeracy skills to easily adapt to changing labour market conditions; quality technical and vocational education, providing practical skills that are directly applicable on the labour […]

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ICENECDEV and Humanitarian Crisis in Africa

ICENECDEV with Support from United Nations Foundation join The SAFE Humanitarian Working Group  a consortium of humanitarian agencies and NGOs whose mission is to facilitate a more coordinated, predictable, timely, and effective response to the fuel and energy needs of crisis-affected populations. ICENECDEV join the Safe Access to Fuel and Energy Workshop 2019 in Addis Ababa […]

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