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90n The support for the young girl’s education jointly with the World Food Programme in the North and Far-North Regions through the distri- bution of dry rations and the assistance given school canteens, and the UNICEF through incentives to promote the education of girls and vulnerable children, mobilization and capacity building of unmarried mothers asso- ciations of ageforschool;n Improvingqualityeducationbycontinuingacti- vities intended to reinforce educational monito- ring, capacity of teachers and district inspec- tors in schools, support to the functioning of public primary schools and, free distribution of text books to needy children in rural areas.In terms of results, the overall completion rate has increased from 74.4% during the 2013/2014 school year to 75% in 2014/2015; as for the girls’, from 70.3% to 71%.The crude enrollment rate has increased from 116% in 2011/2012 to 118% in 2013/2014.Evolutionof the number of schools2012/2013PublicPrivateTotalPrimaryPublic 11,011 11,906EDUCATIONNursery2013/20142,663 3,785 6,4483,439 4,828 8,267The nursery education recorded more than 550,000 pupils this yearREVIEW OF THE 2014/2015 SHOOL YEARIn 2014/2015, nursery education had received 552,869 pupils under the care of 27,526 teachers distributed in 16,421 classrooms. In pri- mary education, there have been 4,556,726 pupils under the care of 116,374 teachers and distributed into 92,050 classrooms.PrivateTotalEDUCATIONNurseryPublic 4,364 Private 9,918 PS/CPC 298 Total 14,580 PrimaryPublic 56,312 Private 29,698 PS/BENFC 1,086 Total 87,096Number of functional classrooms and numbers of pupils and teachers5,02716,0386,22918,135Source : MINEDUBClassroom TeachersPupils10,268 285,877 11,092 467,2373,153,543 1,006,143 65,522 4,225,208Classroom4,801 11,306 314 16,42157,906 32,889 1,255 92,050Pupils207,427 333,052 12,388 552,8693,305,452 1,182,726 68,548 4,556,7262012/20132014/2015*Teachers11,032 16,160 334 27,52661,986 53,767 621 116,3748,898 13,246 306 22,45060,357 49,327 590 110,274LES ATOUTS ECONOMIQUES DU CAMEROUNSource: MINEDUB *provisional data, PS=Parents’ School; CPC=Community Preschool Centre; BENFC= Basic Education Non Formal Centre


































































































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