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Lack of Quality Seeds Hampers Vegetable Production -Researcher

By Yerima Kini Nsom A senior researcher from the World Vegetable Centre in Yaounde, Regine Tchientche Kamga, has observed that traditional African vegetable production in Cameroon has been on the decline because local farmers lack high quality seeds. She made the remark during a two-day training workshop that brought together some farmers, gardeners and other stakeholders ...Full Article

Public Safety Technology Will Enhance Investments In Cameroon – Dr. Smith

By Yerima Kini Nsom The Political and Economic Affairs Officer at the United States Embassy in Cameroon, Dr. Derrin R. Smith, has said the new public ...Full Article

No Forest, No Life – German Minister

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The German Federal Minister of Cooperation and Economic Development, abbreviated in the German language as BMZ, Dr. Gerd Müller, has stated that; ...Full Article

3000 Hectares Of Dja Reserve Forest Destroyed

By Leocadia Bongben More than 3,000 hectares of rainforest bordering the Dja Faunal Reserve in the Chinese Hevea Sud Rubber has been destroyed. According to Greenpeace, ...Full Article

Farmers To Receive Free Seedlings From IRAD

By Nester Asonganyi Farmers in Cameroon will, in the weeks ahead, receive improved seedlings of Cassava, palms, cocoa, coffee, Irish potatoes and plantains from the Institute ...Full Article

Russia To Support Refugees, Displaced People In Cameroon

By Marriane Enow Tabi The Russian Government has announced plans to donate large quantity of food and fire-fighting equipment to Cameroon in order to support refugees ...Full Article

WWF Runs Race Of Hope For Nature

By Bouddih Adams The World Wide Fund for Nature, WWF, carried out activities during the Guinness Mount Cameroon Race of Hope 2015 as part of its ...Full Article

Addax Petroleum Donates To University Of Douala

By Isidore Abah Addax Petroleum Cameroon Company LLC, has donated drilling laboratory equipment to the Faculty of Industrial Engineering of the University of Douala. The equipment ...Full Article

Climate Change Partially Responsible For Cocoyam Blight

By Lionel Tchoungui Bidzogo People who love eating ‘achu’ will have to tame their appetite as restaurants in big cities in Cameroon which specialised in the ...Full Article

AFDB Launches Special Fund To Fight Climate Change

 The Africa Development Bank, AfDB, has launched a special fund worth €33 million to be used for building capacities in climate information gathering and dissemination, in ...Full Article
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