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  • n. Plural form of Equatoguinean.

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  • Instead, many Equatoguineans lack access to clean water or modern sanitation.

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  • The majority of Equatoguineans live on less than $1 a day because the bulk of the oil income goes directly to Obiang, who managed to transfer $700 million into personal accounts in U.S. banks.

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  • Equatoguineans in exile organized to oppose the recent creation of the UNESCO‐Obiang Nguema

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  • "We repeat our call for the $3 million that UNESCO has accepted from President Obiang to be applied to the education and welfare of Equatoguineans, rather than the glorification of their president."

    Reuters: Top News

  • The International Literacy Day reminded Equatoguineans that literacy is indispensable for development and health, democratic participation, communication and access to information, and to be able to express and claim their rights.

    UNESCO Ranks Equatorial Guinea Highest Adult Literacy Country in Sub-Saharan Africa -- MALABO, Equatorial Guinea, Sept. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --

  • Obama Oyana is still in custody, even though he was arrested without a warrant,” and was not caught committing any crime - which clearly proves the arbitrary nature of the regime and the absolute lack of legal guarantees, an assault on the rights and freedoms of Equatoguineans,” said Micó.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "colonialists," but in honor of UNESCO's mission to promote education, science, culture, and human rights, and in shared conviction with Equatoguineans who envision a more just future for themselves and their people.

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  • Human Rights Watch to EG Justice suggested that "the $3 million that UNESCO has accepted from President Obiang to be applied to the education and welfare of Equatoguineans, rather than the glorification of their president.

    Harper's Magazine

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