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Outbreaks and emergencies

In the week ending on November 30, the number of countries affected by cholera is decreasing, while the number of…

Cameroon Activates Village Militias

“Cameroon has reactivated village militias on its northern border with Nigeria after twin suicide bombings Wednesday wounded 29 people. Authorities…

Cameroon Stripped of Afcon Hosting Rights

“Reports indicate that Cameroon have been stripped off the rights to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon)” https://allafrica.com/stories/201811300559.html…

Nigeria: Boko Haram – Leaders of Chad, Cameroon, Niger Agree to Change Tactics

“the Nigerian President rallied his colleagues from Chad, Niger Republic, and Republic of Cameroon to a fresh onslaught against insurgents,…

Outbreaks and emergencies

This is the situation in Week 47 and how it compares with previous weeks     Week 43 Week 44…

Cholera in Africa: decreasing, moving

Last week cholera was monitored in 9 countries:Cameroon, DRC, Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania. Zimbabwe. This week cholera is…

North Africa Wants AFCON Withdrawn From Cameroon

“The North African Football Union  (UNAF) wants the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to move the hosting of the 2019…

AFC INVESTIT DANS LA CENTRALE HYDROÉLECTRIQUE DE 420MW EMBLÉMATIQUE DU CAMEROUN

LAGOS, Nigéria, le 28 Novembre 2018 -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- L’Africa Finance Corporation (« AFC » ou « le Groupe »), l’institution financière de développement…

Cameroon: Killings in Anglophone Regions Must Stop

“”The value of human life is diminishing and the human person is wasted away for any flimsy reason or even…

AFC INVESTS IN CAMEROON’S LANDMARK 420MW HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER STATION.

LAGOS, Nigeria, 27 November 2018 -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Africa Finance Corporation (“AFC” or “the Corporation”), the leading infrastructure development…

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