The social history of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea (Rio Muni)

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Des femmes rurales équato-guinéennes en visite au Cameroun
Panafrican News Agency (Dakar), 21 March 2001, Une délégation de dix femmes issues du monde rural en Guinée Equatoriale séjourne depuis mardi au Cameroun. Ces femmes venues vivre l'expérience du Cercle des Amies du Cameroun (CERAC), une association pour le développement des femmes rurales camerounaises (in French).
Minors Grounded, Prohibited From Working
UN Integrated Regional Information Network, 1 September 2001. The government has banned all children under the age of 17 years from being on the streets later than 1100 pm and from working in order to curb growing prostitution, delinquency and alcoholism among young people. Adults had been employing children to work in bars and grocery stores and as street hawkers (brief).
Equatorial Guinea awaits oil benefits
BBC News, Friday 16 November 2001. The explosion in construction, both public and private is transforming the nation's main towns. For those in government, officialdom and for those working in the oil industry, even at a relatively low level, there really is a lot of money washing around. For most Equato-Guineans nothing much has changed: corruption, slums and poverty.