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Cameroon Fails Resource Governance Index

By Leocadia Bongben   CameroonPostline.com — Cameroon got a failed score on resource governance following the Revenue Watch Resource Governance Index, made public recently. Cameroon was ranked 47 out of 58 countries because of the major gaps in public information and oversight.   Revenue Watch Resource Governance Index is a tool that evaluates the quality of governance -transparency and ...Full Article

Mineral Resources Yet To Contribute To Cameroon

By Leocadia Bongben CameroonPostline.com — Despite the huge potential in mineral resources, the sector is yet to contribute meaningful to the development of Cameroon. It is it against this ...Full Article

Strategic Planning Is Bedrock To Success

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai CameroonPostline.com — Cameroon’s Minister of the Environment, Nature Protection and Sustainable Development, MINEPDED, Pierre Hele, has declared that strategic planning constitutes the bedrock for success ...Full Article

Congo Basin

By Ntaryike Divine Jr CameroonPostline.com — Scientific evidences over the years have steadily confirmed vast amounts of worthy endowments lodged by nature in the Congo Basin.It not only hosts ...Full Article

Cameroon Ranked 2nd Most Exploited Land In Africa

By Nadege Lekungha Sama CameroonPostline.com — It has been revealed that Cameroon is the second most exploited land in Africa after Egypt. This is a disclosure made by the ...Full Article

Land Grabbing: Africa’s Latest Minefield

By Divine Ntaryike Jr CameroonPostline.com — Inhabitants of Adjap, a largely deprived hamlet nestled in the bowels of the tropical rainforests of southern Cameroon currently live life on the ...Full Article

After Gunshot Wound, Ranger Returns To Frontline

By Fidelis Pegue Manga   CameroonPostline.com — As he carries out routine checks of vehicles, timber trucks and people at a checkpoint in Ntam, a village on Cameroon’s border ...Full Article

Critically Endangered Cross River Gorilla Killed In Pinyin

By Azore Opio CameroonPostline.com — A community of Pinyin people in Santa Subdivision, Northwest Region, March 1, 2013, reportedly killed an over 40-year-old Silver-back Cross River gorilla in cold ...Full Article

NGO Embarks On Environmental Protection Through Waste Recycling

By Leocadia Bongben   CameroonPostline.com — A French NGO, Solidarite Technologique, has embarked on environmental protection through waste recycling known in French as D3E.   D3E stands for (Deched’Equipment ...Full Article

Rumpi Lobbies ADB Funding For More Projects

By Isidore Abah CameroonPostline.com — Rumpi has set out to lobby for funds, still from the African Development Bank, ADB, and the Government to launch the second phase of ...Full Article
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