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Cameroon has been described as “Africa in miniature” because it exhibits all major climates and vegetation of the continent: coast, desert, mountains, rainforest, and savanna.  Cameroon is one of the wettest lands on the earth with annual rainfall of about 1,028cm. 348 more words


Face Paintings, Paper Airplanes, and the Good News

In celebration of the upcoming National Youth Holiday in Cameroon, we planned a special event with the leaders of Hope Social Action, for the orphaned children at Mama Regine’s home. 323 more words

The change is NOW

On Feb 11th Cameroonians across the globe will be celebrating Cameroon’s National youth day. As the day approaches I can’t help but ponder over my life. 281 more words

Farewell Sweet World

“Death is as sure for that which is born, as birth is for that which is dead. Therefore grieve not for what is inevitable.”

– Bhagavad Gita… 564 more words


Buea. La vida es... lo que le dejes ser

“Escribir grandes historias está socialmente sobrevalorado.”

Si sólo fuera un dado en la nariz, un twist mal bailado y un beso dado con únicamente el labio superior. 458 more words


Mboko Leak and a New Era of Online Piracy in Cameroon

Dzekashu MacViban

Music piracy has acquired an almost legal status in Cameroon, with burnt copies of albums on display in various markets countrywide. This has been going on for so long, such that many of those who buy aren’t aware that they are buying pirated CDs. 1,387 more words

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Soy Bouille Making with the Squad

Soy beans are a good source of protein. They also are easy to turn into tofu, soymilk and soy bouille. Bouille is a common drink here and is best described as flour-thickened sugar water with rice. 149 more words