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2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: Group C Focus

I think Group C will be the hardest group to make predictions for. Why? Because none of the teams have ever played each other in the past. 1,036 more words


Giving Life

While her peers kicked up dust in playing fields, a 7-year-old Iya Bekondo hung out with kidney doctors. Then a transplant turned her into a woman on a mission.  1,450 more words


Rainy Season Started

Rainy Season started…then ended

I’ve heard so many great things about rainy season in the West. It was hot. It was cold. The dust went away. 383 more words


Amazing Block Soap

When we arrived in Cameroon in 2010, we were introduced to block soap.  It’s a tan colored soap sold in different sized blocks with a mild odor.  114 more words


Mud, Rain and Visa Issues in Cameroon

One of the most noticeable changes from Nigeria to Cameroon was the state of the houses in Cameroon; many were large and brick rendered, well looked after and had nice front lawns and fences. 1,815 more words

Women, Youth and Development: Daily Challenge in Developping Countries

Development is a very large debate because the concept is relatively defines differently from one region or one country to another one, depending on the reality. 1,045 more words


Ban Ki-moon urges the states involved to address the terrorist threat of Boko Haram

Newsroom24x7 Staff

New York: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has expressed regrets that in spite of the military gains made by the affected countries, Boko Haram continues indiscriminate and horrific attacks against civilians in Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria. 235 more words