Cameroon is home to more than 200 different linguistic groups. French and English are the official languages. The country is often referred to as "Africa in miniature" for its geological and cultural diversity. Natural features include beaches, deserts, mountains, rainforests, and savannas. The highest point at almost 4,100 metres (13,500ft) is Mount Cameroon in the Southwest Region of the country, and the largest cities in population-terms are Douala on the Wouri river, its economical capital and main seaport, Yaoundé, its political capital, and Garoua. After independence, the newly united nation joined the Commonwealth of Nations, although the vast majority of its territories had previously been a German colony and, after World War I, a French mandate. The country is well known for its native styles of music, particularly makossa and bikutsi, and for its successful national football team.
The Cameroon is a domesticated breed of sheep from west Africa but has been exported to Europe. As of 2008, there were less than 650 but the population was increasing.
The Cameroon is a hair sheep which it sheds yearly in the spring. Ewes can raise two lamb crops per year. Their most common color is brown with a black belly, head, and legs.
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R.M. Njwe und Y. Manjeli: Milk yield of Cameroon dwarf blackbelly sheep - Production laitière de moutons Djallonké au Cameroun. In: Small ruminant research and development in Africa - Réseau africain de recherche sur les petits ruminants. ILCA Research Report - 2, 1982, X5520/B
The new schedule for site deployments includes the completion of the initial 122 sites in Cameroon in partnership with Orange Cameroon initially announced in a press release dated October 29, 2020 by the end of October 2022 ... NuRAN has currently deployed 82 live sites in Cameroon (53) and DRC (29) covering a total population of approximately 487,000.
GoingBeyond the TPS in the Context of the CameroonAnglophoneCrisis... “The US government should suspend deportations to Cameroon because of the serious threats Cameroonians face to their lives and freedom upon return ... TPS – At a crossroad of changing lives ... “I left Cameroon because of the Anglophone crisis.
By that metric, the car does not even register on the scale ... Its people are among the poorest on the planet ... This enables me to pay for the recording of my songs in (neighbouring) Cameroon." ... Cool Fawa earns a living from concerts, but not yet with revenue from songs and videos on YouTube, given the public's lack of access to the internet ... ....
The Vikings have four players of Nigerian descent in Johnson, Udoh, Nwangwu and Otomewo; one of Ghanaian descent in Asamoah; and Kwenkeu, who was born in Cameroon... "I really think it's Senegalese," said Kwenkeu, who lived in Cameroon until he was 14 ... "The reactions there live were amazing," Leech said.
This week, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) released their Global Liveability Index ranking of the top 10 best and 10 worst places to live in the world in 2022 ... 1 best place to live in the world ... Vienna, Austria, ranked first as the best place to live in the world ... Here's the rest of the top 10 best places to live ... to live abroad and save money.
Athenians living in flats with tiny balconies where only a handful of geraniums grow can now become active farmers growing their bio food ... It is home to a lively family of animals – rabbits and peacocks, Shetland ponies and sheep adopted from Cameroon, geese, chickens of all races, a horse and a donkey ... . . ... Tags ... .
Our work can be stressful, but also I’m looking at trees, which is therapy.” As well as loving the trees here in Dorset, he has lived and worked with trees in Cameroon and the Solomon Islands and has written a book on urban tree management (as well as a novel) ... But its ghost lives ...
Because when my mum moved to France and she left Cameroon, she didn’t live in good conditions ... Every time we were talking about Cameroon or Africa, it was always in the negative kind of feel, and the way the media were portraying Africa was always in a negative perspective.
At the Games in Glasgow in 2014, Tchatchet competed for his home country, Cameroon... Frightened for his life following a threat from back home in Cameroon — the exact nature of which he wishes to keep private — he walked out of the athletes’ village and into a new life alone on the streets ... ‘I was scared they would send me back to Cameroon.’.
The conflict has upturned the lives of more than two million people and lead to sexual and gender-based violence perpetrated by both sides, shuttered schools, and impoverished both regions ... This has limited their engagement with the separatist movement, and communication with their families – all of whom live outside Cameroon.
I would like to reiterate our appreciation for the constant support of the World Bank Group in our efforts to mobilize all available means to provide our populations with better living conditions,” he also said. The Dakar summit was attended by leaders from Cabo Verde, Cameroon, ...
“It’s just my way of helping my compatriots do something meaningful,” said Laurent Nkeme, who has lived in Cameroon for close to two decades and owns a number of farms in the southwest of the country ... More than 300,000CentralAfricans, who’ve suffered decades of severe hardship, live in Cameroon as refugees.
OFFGO has exposed abuses by businesses in the North-West regions of Cameroon... In May 2022, N’Zui Manto,a cyber-activist working from outside Cameroon was forced to leave the African country where he was living after the Cameroonian authorities identified him following information shared by the local police that raised fears of repatriation.