Study in Cameroon

Education in the republic is exactly the same as anywhere else. Since the end of the colonial era, Cameroon’s education system has yielded impressive results, similar to those seen elsewhere on the African continent (Kuchah, 2016). These results include an increase in the country’s literacy rate as well as the provision of free elementary education

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