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[COVID-19] School goes on! Free to access E-Learning websites

You now have Free to access E-Learning websites through MTN Network. No school till further notice is the talk of the day for some days now. nevertheless, School goes on!. That is why MTN Cameroon now makes E-learning an interesting atmosphere suitable for University students and Historical events.

You can now enjoy free access to the below e-Learning websites and study from home without using data. Find below the full list of websites.

In the past, these websites required data bundles to access them. Today, it is now possible to access them for free.

Free to access E-Learning websites

LocalInternational
http://www.minesup.gov.cm/www.wikipedia.org
http://e-campus.fs.univ-maroua.cm/www.udacity.com
http://foad-ess.cm/www.coursera.org
https://www.dastudy.net/www.khanacademy.org
www.univ-douala.cmwww.edx.org
www.systhag-online.cmwww.udemy.com
https://essec-douala.cm/www.open.edu/itunes/
www.univ-dschang.orgwww.codecademy.com
https://sigesonline.univ-dschang.org/www.online.stanford.edu
https://www.univ-yaounde2.org/www.openculture.com
http://www.elearning-uy2.org/https://www.e-learningforkids.org
http://www.univ-ndere.online/
www.mongosukulu.com
https://geniuscenters.com/
https://geniuselab.com/
https://aimsttp.org/elearning/
https://elearning.riffeac.org/
http://ecampus.iues-univ.com/
http://iaicameroun.com

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Schools to officially resume in Cameroon on the 1st of June 2020.

By renewing its barrier measures, the government announced Thursday, April 16th, 2020 the date for the resumption of classes. The resumption of other activities will follow suit. Schools to officially resume on the 1st of June 2020.

Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute

The optimistic tone dominated the evaluation meeting of the interdepartmental committee monitoring the response plan against COVID-19. Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute affirms that “actions to limit the spread of the virus are producing encouraging results”. The government, therefore, plans to resume school and university activity on June 1.

The closure of the establishments will come to an end. We should expect a change in the calendar of the school year by the departments concerned. New dates must, therefore, be set for the end-of-year exams. We will have to make up for the two months sacrificed in the fight against COVID-19

A Blank School Year?

The interest in communicating this resumption date is to keep the educational community mobilized. It is with this objective in mind that the E-learning method was introduced.

You shouldn’t think about a fishtail end of the school year. In the two ministerial departments concerned, it is clearly indicated that the school programs were more than 70% completed.

[Back 2 School] Schools to officially resume on the 1st of June 2020.

To GCE Candidates

The threshold of 600 hours of lessons was crossed. So there was never any question of considering a white year. Candidates for official exams must continue their preparation, pending the new dates.

The prerequisites for resumption

Before May, the government must complete the widespread screening of travelers. The management of positive cases continues. We should cross the 20,000 tests mark this weekend.

Specialized teams will, therefore, have one month to track down cases of community contamination. Nothing changes on the generalization of the wearing of masks and hygiene rules in public places.

Fight against Convid-19 Pandemic

The government is also committed to the local production of good quality masks. The open market situation is a concern across the country.

The continuation of mass screening depends on the material: 300,000 tests and 100 respirators. These respirators will be used to manage patients.

Barrier measures (no assembly, restriction in transport, systematic handwashing) have not changed. The government is continuing to seek funding (FCfa 58 billion).

The response to COVID-19 must be funded and the national economy revived. The identification of the economic impact and support mechanisms continues.

References

Journal Du Cameroon

CRTVWEB

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#StopFakeNews: Alerged School Resumption is False

The Minister of Secondary Education Prof. Nalova Lyonga has dismissed as fake the information circulating on school resumption on 20th April 2020.

Fake Messages circulating on social media earlier today 08th April 2020, had it that a joint release by Minister Nalova and her counterpart of Basic Education states that schools will resume soon.

As part of measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 in Cameroon PM Dion Ngute on March 17 called for all schools to be shut down.

Sample of Fake School Resumption Decree

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According to the Fake News

The ministers of basic education and secondary education signed a joint decree on 07 April modifying the 2019/2020 school calendar in Cameroon because of the measures taken to fight the coronavirus pandemic. According to this decree, the 3rd quarter will take place from April 20 to June 19 instead of April 13 to June 05.

The minister Speaks

https://web.facebook.com/CRTVweb/posts/2561027024136285

The orginal Decree

The original decree modifying the academic year was actually signed and published last year. Check the below references for more information

References

http://www.minesec.gov.cm/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/URGENT_Calendrier-Ann%C3%A9e-scolaire-FR_EN_-2019_2020_OK.pdf

https://www.commentpostuler.com/2020/04/arrete-modifiant-le-calendrier-de-annee-2020.html

https://www.journalducameroun.com/information-continu/le-calendrier-de-lannee-scolaire-2019-2020-modifie-a-cause-du-coronavirus/

http://www.cameroondesks.com/2020/04/epreuves-pratiques-deps-aux-examens.html

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