Cameroon’s Conflict Puts Schools in the Crossfire [+video]

Newsy | Children, teachers, and school buildings have been targeted by separatists and by the Cameroonian government. Newsy and Bellingcat, working with human rights monitors, used open source material and interviews with sources on the ground and in the diaspora to investigate attacks against not only the region’s school system, …

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Cameroon’s fish farmers shaking up the market [+video]

Reuters | Wriggling red tilapia, swimming to the surface. Fisherman Boris Kamgo hopes these fish, farmed on the palm-fringed Dibamba river in Cameroon, will help curb the country’s dependence on frozen imports Spicy grilled fish served whole is one of Cameroon’s de facto national dishes, but around half of the …

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Cameroon’s First Female Deputy Chiefs Battle Gender Inequalities [+video]

VOA | In northern Cameroon, councils of traditional rulers were customarily all men but in the last two years have opened to women.? These pioneer female deputy chiefs are battling early marriage in a region with Cameroon’s highest rate of child marriage.??Moki Edwin Kindzeka narrates this report by Anne Nzouankeu …

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