Water is one of the most valuable and influential natural resources because of its industrial and domestic importance. Access to safe water is essential to sustain life and indispensable for a healthy and dignified life.
Unfortunately, according to UNICEF, only 44% of people in rural areas of Cameroon have access to safe drinking water.
Many communities rely on doubtful water sources which at times are shared with animals. Moreover, women and children trek long distances to get drinking water; wasting valuable time which could be used for economic and academic pursuit
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Aisha Recites the Poem in Grand Style. It's very remarkable this time the presence of many Muslims! Calasanz knows no boundaries as far as...
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Br. George Ndim animating the pupils of our school St. Joseph Calasanz of Bafia Cameroon. Social education has a place for children who have to learn to accept, play and work with others. Bafia, April 2021 [video width="640" height="352"...