One Year In Mission: Collège d’Enseignement Technique St. Joseph, Diang, Cameroon-Est, Cameroon
For the third consecutive year, the Central African Republic finds itself in
the bottom-most spot of the United Nations human development index.
As a consequence of the continuous waves of violence in the Central
African Republic, 460,000 people have left the country (10% of the
population), many of whom have requested asylum in Cameroon. The
College d’Enseignement Technique St. Joseph has accepted 35 refugee
students with scholarships, providing them with meals and housing. The
secondary school provides an excellent professional training program,
focusing most of its attention on young disadvantaged children who
come from the most fragile sectors of society. 
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