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How to fight Boko Haram? Open a school
by Maeve Shearlaw in Yaounde (capital of Cameroon)
The Guardian Translate This Article
16 December 2016
On 16 December 2016 The Guardian reported:
Religious leaders fearful of Islamist threat believe giving girls free weekend lessons will counter spread of militancy. As a military campaign against Boko Haram continues in northern Cameroon, leaders of the country's biggest mosques in the south are deploying another weapon to ensure that the Islamist insurgency doesn't spread: education for girls.
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