Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Schools for Students Diplaced by Boko Haram (VOA)

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Cameroon has launched an eight million dollar emergency program to help students displaced by Boko Haram militants. The government announced plans in March to build classrooms and housing for 70,000 students. The children cannot attend their own schools because of militant attacks along the border with Nigeria. The classrooms are to be built in safer parts of Cameroon. Midjiyawa Bakari is the governor of the Far North region of Cameroon. He told reporters that Boko Haram fighters destroyed 170 schools along the border with Nigeria. The students from that area fled to other parts of Cameroon. Mr. Bakari said schools in safer places do not have space for the increasing numbers of students. So the governor has given out contracts to build schools. Mr. Bakari said he wants the businessmen to complete the projects in 40 days. Businessman Ngeh Foncha was asked to supply electricity to the schools. Mr. Foncha said he expected 80 percent of the work to be completed within three weeks. The government has sent the military to the sites. Ibrahim Joel Mahamat is the local delegate responsible for basic education in the Far North region. He said nearly half of the displaced children are primary school students. An estimated 33,000 children have been displaced from primary schools on Cameroon’s northern border with Nigeria. They are among the 100,000 people who had to leave their homes since Boko Haram became active in Cameroon. The militant group is hoping to establish an Islamic State.

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