IOCC Expands Partnership with Cameroonian Ministry of Secondary Education

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

IOCC Expands Partnership with Cameroonian Ministry of Secondary Education

May 25, 2010

IOCC Executive Director & CEO Constantine Triantafilou greets John Njibamum, Chief Inspector of Pedagogy at Cameroon's Ministry of Secondary Education on his recent visit to IOCC headquarters in Baltimore. IOCC expanded its partnership with the Ministry of Secondary Education with a shipment of new textbooks expected to arrive in the African country this summer. The books, valued at more than $1 million, will support a national effort to promote bilingualism in Cameroon. (photo: IOCC Baltimore)

IOCC has provided about $2.5 million in textbooks and critically-needed pharmaceuticals to Cameroon since 2008. Above, students in the capital city of Yaoundé receive new textbooks delivered by IOCC as part of its efforts to improve health and education in Africa. (photo: Cameroonian Ministry of Secondary Education)

John Njibamum, Chief Inspector of Pedagogy at the Cameroonian Ministry of Secondary Education, visits a school in the capital city of Yaoundé that received new textbooks from IOCC. IOCC recently delivered the shipment that is worth over $600,000 and is expanding its partnership with the Ministry of Secondary Education and the Ministry of Basic Education with more textbooks to be delivered to Cameroon this summer. (photo: Cameroonian Ministry of Secondary Education)

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