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Central Africa Mayors Confront Population Growth Problems

Tsanga Etoga Emile welds pieces of rejected household metal to produce window protectors in Etoudi, a neighborhood in Cameroon's capital, Yaounde. He says the work enables him to take care of himself, his wife, three children and parents. Emile, 27, says he and his two elder brothers left their village of Ntui in Cameroon's center region because their parents were not able to send them to school. He says living in Yaounde is easier because he can pay his water and electricity...

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