In January, the school in Modelle received a new intake and began studying on the new curriculum. Things have been going well with the new students.
The situation in Cameroon due to the virus has been unique. The French-speaking government ordered all schools to close. The English-speaking local authorities, along with the separatist fighters countermanded that order, and with it gave a threat of attack to any schools that obeyed the federal government. There have been no reported cases of the virus in the area, so our counsel to Eti Paul has been to do whatever keeps his family and the students safe. As such, the school has continued to operate normally. We are continuing to monitor the situation, and provide support as best we can from afar.