Safety, security and access incidents
Incidents of intimidation or violence affecting the provision of education.



June 17, 2022: Suspected Ambazonian separatists kidnap a male and female teacher in the northwestern city of Kumbo. Another woman was kidnapped along her Sop axis in Wainama on an unspecified day.Source: Cameroon News Agency

Democratic Republic of the Congo

June 10, 2022: Two boys are killed when artillery shells allegedly fired from Rwandan territory by Rwandan forces hit St. did. The Democratic Republic of the Congo accuses Rwanda of supporting his revived 23 March Movement rebel group operating in Congolese territory, calling the shelling of schools a war crime. * Source: Actualité


June 10, 2022: Suspected JNIM militants chased away teachers, closed schools and burned teaching materials in Mpiabaugu village, Koulikoro district.* Source: ACLED1
June 10, 2022: Suspected JNIM militants drive out teachers, close schools and burn teaching materials in Thierola village, Koulikoro district. * Source: ACLED1


June 2, 2022: In the Mandimba district of Niassa state, the principal of Escola Primaria Comprita de Hamera primary school has been detained by police on suspicion of being the leader of an armed thief group in the state. The principal confessed to the crime and offered to help the police find the other members of the gang.Source: Mozambique Club


June 10, 2022: Men armed with machetes attacked and killed the president of the hospital branch of the Enugu Welfare Society and Alex Ekweme, a staff member of the Federal University Teaching Hospital, in Abakaliki city, Ebony state. His body was found the next day near his car on Ojoweri Street.Source: The Nation
June 23, 2022: Two men and a woman on motorbikes shot dead three civilians, including a university lecturer, at a bar in Jootar town, Tukum LGA, Taraba.Source: Nigeria Punch

South Sudan

June 20, 2022: In the town of Rumbek, Lakes State, 12 primary and secondary school teachers were arrested by members of the South Sudan People’s Defense Forces. They marched peacefully to the Lakes State Legislature, where they demanded pay raises, benefits, and arrears. At the same time, six of his other teachers were detained by the Ministry of Education. On June 22, 21 of his teachers, who were walking towards parliament to find out why their colleagues were detained, were also arrested and taken to the Panda Military Barracks for detention. The total number of teachers in custody reached his 39th. By 24 June, more than 20 teachers had been released. *Source: Eye Radio I, Eye Radio II, Radio Tamazuj


June 6-11, 2022: Three schools were looted and IDPs occupied a number of schools during clashes in Kurvas district, West Darfur. *Source: OCHA I and OCHA II

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