Maroua, Cameroon, Africa. (Cameroon News) – The execution of public investments in the Far North Region turns at 43 percent. The observation was made today in Maroua during the regional evaluation of finance controllers at the Far North Region. The context is that of decentralization. The challenge remains that of meeting the basic needs of […]
Flood victims in Maroua, Far North Region have received gifts of food and cash from the head of state.
President, Governor Otto Joseph Wilson: Four hundred (400) youths of the 4 Divisions of the North Region will be selected, mobilised, sensitised and trained in fields like livestock breeding, fishing and agriculture which will facilitate their insertion into the socio-economic development of the country.
Cavaye Yegye Djibril: Green Cameroon, one woman one tree. The North West regional tour of a delegation of MPs who are on a reforestation campaign known as “Green Cameroon, one woman one tree” has ended in Batibo.
Addressing the population of Batibo today, the Speaker of the National Assembly and leader of the delegation, Cavaye Yegye Djibril stressed the need to plant trees for the benefit of the environment and future generations.
Turkish Ambassador to Cameroon, Oumar Farouk has led a diplomatic mission to the Far North Region with a substantial relief package for the flood victims in Magah.
Cameroon Flood Disaster – Issa Tchirouma Bakari says the humanitarian situation in parts of the North and Far North regions of Cameroon that were hit by flood remains very preoccupying.
Friends of Cameroon like the Kingdom of Morocco, the International Red Cross, UNICEF among others having providing assistance to the flood victims.
Morocco has donated two plain load of humanitarian assistance to the flood victims in the North Regions of Cameroon.
The Minister of Communication, Issa Tchirouma Bakari appeals for national solidarity with flood victims in the North and Far North regions of Cameroon.
According to the Minister, about 123 billion CFA francs is required to tackle the problems arising from the flood.
Cameroon Slashes Size of Officials Delegations Abroad. The government of Cameroon has taken a decision trimming down the size of members of official delegations abroad and also reduced the missions to the barest minimum.