The representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Cameroon, Lazare-Etien Kouassi, has just made available to schools in the eastern region of Cameroon a total of 16 classrooms. These infrastructures, it has been learned, will make it possible to school refugees from the Central African Republic, whose level of education is very low, notes the UN organ.
On the occasion, other complaints have been submitted to the representative of the UN organ in Cameroon, whose resolution would improve the quality of care for Central African refugees hosted in the eastern region of Cameroon.
It was reported that school infrastructure was inadequate, lack of teachers and didactic materials, and the inability of parents to pay school fees. Mostly in Cameroon following the clashes following the overthrow of former Central African President François Bozizé in March 2013.