In Cameroon, changing attitudes and safe water mean more girls in school

In Cameroon, changing attitudes and safe water mean more girls in school

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In Cameroon, changing attitudes and safe water mean more girls in school

UNICEF correspondent Natasha Ikoli reports on efforts to educate more girls in Cameroon by providing safe water in schools and addressing social attitudes.

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  • www.unicef.org   In Cameroon, changing attitudes and safe water mean more ...

    ... changing attitudes and safe water mean more girls in ... © UNICEF Cameroon/2007: Girls’ attendance in school is higher in earlier grade levels in Cameroon ...

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    Mar 06, 2008 · UNICEF correspondent Natasha Ikoli reports on efforts to educate more girls in Cameroon by providing safe water in schools and addressing social attitudes.

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    MBANG, MBOUM, Cameroon, 13 June 2007 – In the village of Mbang-Mboum, traditional attitudes ... standing at the water pump. “As we also have separate latrines for boys and girls, our parents will accept sending more girls to school.”

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