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3 Cameroonians Appointed Tunza Eco-Generation Ambassadors 

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai

CameroonPostline.com — Israel Nyoh of the University of Douala, Edwin Azieh Awambeng of the University of Buea and Bernadine Yafe, an A’L level GCE holder and teacher, have been appointed as the Tunza Eco-generation Regional Ambassadors. Speaking to The Post in Yaounde a day after the publication of the results, Nyoh said their mandate runs for one year with a possibility of an extension.

He said they are expected to send in two news articles for publication on the Tunza website and Tunza magazine. In addition, the ambassadors would be drilled on youth training and empowerment based on objectives set by Samsung and UNEP.

“We are also expected to attend conferences where we will also receive training from Tunza on how to scientifically report about the environment. We have the responsibility to get the youth engage in nature protection, encourage them use news feats to pressurise governments to take important actions to towards environmental protection, conservation and preservation,” Nyoh told The Post.

The Tunza Eco-generation is an environmental networking platform for children and youth being patronised by Samsung Engineering and the United Nations Environment Programme, UNEP.

First published in The Post print edition no 01515


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