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  1. Fixing the world's vision aboard a hospital with wingsRead the original story

    Nov 30, 2017 | WICU12 Erie

    It's early morning in Cameroon's capital city of Yaounde. A bus bumps along city roads, carrying doctors and nurses from around the world, including the United States, India and South Africa.


  2. Bilingualism Commission begins evaluation mission within Ministerial departmentsRead the original story

    Jan 11, 2017 | CRTV

    The National Commission for Bilingualism and Multiculturalism has begun an evaluation mission within Ministerial departments to assess the level of bilingualism. One of the teams led by Benjamin Itoe made the first stop this 1st November 2017 at the Supreme State Audit Office.


  3. .com | Cameroon premier in troubled anglophone region for 'dialogue'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2017 | News24

    Cameroon's Prime Minister Philemon Yang on Monday began a visit to a troubled English-speaking region as part of what he termed a "dialogue" with the country's anglophone minority, state radio said. Yang travelled to Bamenda, the main town in Cameroon's Northwest Region, where he met the heads of trade unions in the transport, education and shopping sectors, as well as with bankers and other business figures, Cameroon Radio Television said.


  4. Hyatt Expected To Double Number Of Hotels In Africa By 2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2017 | Hospitality Net

    Hyatt Hotels & Resorts today announced that Hyatt expects to double the number of Hyatt hotels in Africa, with six new hotels expected to open by 2020. The developments are expected to see the Hyatt brand enter four new countries on the African continent and are expected to create approximately 2,100 new jobs once open.


  5. .com | Youth shot dead in Cameroon's troubled anglophone regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2017 | News24

    A young man from Cameroon's English-speaking region was shot dead by security forces on the eve of an expected symbolic declaration of independence by anglophone separatists, medical and security forces told AFP Sunday. "They fired at him during a security operation" in the city of Kumba, a nurse who requested anonymity told AFP.


  6. Cameroon city deserted ahead of 'independence' declarationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2017 | Yahoo!

    The main city in a restive English-speaking region of Cameroon was a virtual ghost town Saturday, with armed police patrolled the streets on the eve of an expected -- but symbolic -- declaration of independence from the French-speaking country by anglophone separatists. In Buea, the chief city in Cameroon's Southwest Region, shops were closed, streets were almost deserted and the normally bustling university campus was lifeless after residents left, apparently fearing violence.


  7. .com | Cameroon sets travel clamp in troubled anglophone regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2017 | News24

    Authorities in an English-speaking region in southwestern Cameroon on Thursday announced temporary curbs on travel and public meetings, adding to a curfew imposed in the northwest after protests by the country's anglophone minority. The steps were announced ahead of what is expected to be a symbolic declaration of independence by Cameroon's English speakers on Sunday.


  8. Nigeria/Cameroon: Despite Draw With Cameroon, Super Eagles to Get Full Match BonusRead the original story

    Sep 5, 2017 |

    The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, has opted to pay players and officials of the Super Eagles full match bonus for Monday's crunchy 2018 FIFA World Cup encounter against Cameroon in Yaounde. According to a statement from the NFF, the players and officials will receive their full match bonuses even though the tie in Yaounde ended in a draw.


  9. Turkish Students Continue Voluntary Work In AfricaRead the original story

    Aug 25, 2017 | Malaysian National News Agency

    Turkish students continued to participate in several voluntary activities in Senegal and Cameroon as part of visits under an exchange programme, Turkey's Anadolu Agency reported. The 2017 Africa Experience Sharing Programme provides an opportunity for 200 students to visit several African countries, including Tunisia, Libya, Somalia, Kenya, Algeria, Chad, Sudan, Ghana and Niger from Aug 5 to 30. The programme is organised by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency in cooperation with Turkish Airlines, Anadolu Agency and state broadcaster Turkish Radio and Television .


  10. CAF postpone inspection visit to Cameroon as doubts over 2019 Africa Cup of Nations hosts continueRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2017 |

    Cameroon's Benjamin Moukandjo lifting the trophy after winning the African Cup of Nations final soccer match between Egypt and Cameroon in 2017 in Gabon An inspection visit to 2019 Africa Cup of Nations host Cameroon has been postponed by the Confederation of African Football after auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers withdrew. Cameroon's preparations for the event were due to be scrutinised by an independent committee from today until August 28. In a brief statement, the CAF confirmed this would not go ahead as planned due to the withdrawal of PWC.


  11. Mercyship: Medical consultation begins in earnest on MondayRead the original story

    Aug 13, 2017 | CRTV

    The City of Douala has become a health hub in Cameroon following the arrival of the humanitarian floating hospital ship dubbed African Mercy. The One hundred and fifty meters long ship carrying on board four hundred medical personnel on a humanitarian mission to Cameroon was officially welcomed by the Minister of Public Health, Andre Mama Fouda.


  12. Cameroon: South West - Gigantic Worksites, Redeeming CommutersRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2017 |

    Commuters in the South West Region have begun to beam out smiles of comfort on two major roads in the area namely the 151 - Kilometre Kumba-Mamfe and the 124-Kilometre Bamenda-Mamfe-Ekok popularly known as the Bamenda-Enugu Transnational Corridor. It now takes 45 minutes from Mamfe to Ekok, a journey many recall that it took days during the rainy season.


  13. Cameroon: Energy - POWERCHINA Seeks to Invest MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2017 |

    POWERCHINA Group is looking forward to be more active in the energy sector in Cameroon, the Group's President, Song Dong Sheng has said. The visiting President made the disclosure, Friday August 11, 2017, in Yaounde, after an audience with the Minister of Water Resources and Energy, Basile Atangana Kouna.


  14. AFCON 2019: Cameroon receives new CAF specifications; Tombi reassuresRead the original story

    Aug 15, 2017 | CRTV

    Six days after Cameroon receives the set of specifications relative to the organisation of the African Cup of Nations from CAF, the President of the Cameroon Football Federation and Vice Predident of the Local Organising Committee reassures. It was on the national station this Sunday 13th August 2017 when the President of the Cameroon Football Federation, Tombi A Roko Sidiki, stated unequivocally that the specifications are within reach and easy to respect within the stated timeline.


  15. Cameroon: Africa in miniatureRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2017 | Egypt Today

    We had missed the mountains so much, as well as the cool weather! After having spent so many months melting under the sun, we stayed in Bamenda a whole week, just to remember how it feels like to sleep under a blanket! My God, what a bliss How could I resist taking a dip in Lake Awing, located on an altitude of 2,080 meters ? by Madnomad Along with our friendly hostess, Caroline, we made quite a few excursions in the area around. We visited lakes, waterfalls, lush mountains, as well as a few traditional palaces of different tribes.


  16. AFCON 2019: Cameroon has the will and ability to hostRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 8, 2017 | CRTV

    Cameroon's readiness to host the 2019 African Cup of Nations has come under sharp focus in less than twenty-three months to the kick off of the continental tournament. Different officials have watered down all doubts on the country's ability to host the twenty-four team football teams placed in six groups.


  17. Peer Educators in Cameroon Promote HIV Testing for Mothers, BabiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2017 | Voice of America

    As the world's AIDS experts meet at a conference this week in Paris, health workers in Cameroon still struggle to identify and treat HIV-positive mothers and babies. Myriam Anang lost her husband and three-month-old baby two years ago to HIV.


  18. 2019 AFCON : Olembe Stadium will be delivered in Oct.2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 13, 2017 | CRTV

    The Italian Company, Piccini that won the contract for the construction of the sixty thousand-seat capacity Stadium in Olembe-Yaounde has reassurred authorities that the football infrastructure will be ready by October 2018. The officials of the Italian Company, Piccini and the Italian Ambassador to Cameroon, made the declaration this Monday 17th July 2017 during a press briefing at the Italian Embassy in Yaounde.


  19. A world away, Sounders' Nouhou Tolo still distinguishes himself from crowdRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 19, 2017 | Seattle Times

    Nouhou Tolo knew by age 15 he needed to distinguish himself from scores of other teenage boys in his country hoping to become professional soccer players. There'd been no shortage of raw talent in his Cameroonian hometown of Douala, a port city of 2.4 million where most teenage players dreamed of representing the nation's Indomitable Lions on the World Cup stage.


  20. 2019 AFCON: Paul Biya Stadium to be ready by October 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2017 | CRTV

    The Italian Company, Piccini charged with the construction of the 60000-seater President Paul Biya Omnisport Stadium at Olembe-Yaounde has reassurred the Cameroonian population that the football structure will be ready by October 2018. The officials of the Italian Company,Piccini and the Italian Ambassador to Cameroon, made the declaration this Monday 17th July 2017 during a press briefing at the Italian Embassy in Yaounde.