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Cameroon: Stop Oil Palm Plantations from Destroying Ancient Rainforests

From Cultural Survival: http://www.culturalsurvival.org/take-action/cameroon-stop-oil-palm-plant... … Read More»

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Empowerment Through Sport for the Mamas of Rural Cameroon

August 26, 2012 shall forever remain historic in the minds of some 70 mothers, grandmothers and great grandmothers, aged 75 and above who participated in a 700m honorary fast walk race in Bafanji Vil … Read More»

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Wednesday Night Lights

The light that heals – and made those present glow from within … Read More»

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Make a statement to honour the People who have lost their lives to HIV/AIDs, Infected and Affected

WFAC Buea and VIAF have joined the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial activism by organising a three hours candlelight memorial on Wednesday 9th May 2012, at UB. … Read More»

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Unplanned Pregnancies Hurting Mothers

26-year-old Marie operates a small home décor business in Buea. She has a beautiful seven-month old baby girl and is engaged to the father of her baby. … Read More»

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Domestic hunt for traditional ritual practices

Throughout March 2012 in Bafanji village, most owners of pigs, goats, fowls lived in fear of having their domestic animals caught for ritual sacrifices … Read More»

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IWD in Cameroon: Do Ruling Patriarchs Understand What Women Want?

Women’s Day greetings: “Woman eeeeh!” Response: “eeeeh!” … Read More»

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Cameroonian Teenage Mother Cries For Justice

Amidst the pain of hunger,intimidation from hospital staff and fear of the unknown ,17 year old Vanessa Tcatchou is still looming the premises of the gyneco -obstetric and pediatric hospital Ngouss … Read More»

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Campus should focus on safety, not students’ dress

The ruling patriarchy is once more at work at the University of Buea (UB). … Read More»

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Where are the Women in the National Anthem: The Case of Cameroon

Like any nation on this planet, its national anthem is symbolic. A national ritual representing the values and beliefs of that nation. … Read More»

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