Cameroon Africa: Controlling Carnal Instincts
Arabica Coffee Export Prices Rise In Cameroon. The export rates of Arabica Coffee beans produced in Cameroon was $ 5.18 last week and has been going up.
Diplomats have been asked to mark their support for the battle that the Ministry of Environment is launching for protection of marine resources which are fast getting depleted in the seas that surround Cameroon.
Cameroon Government Promises Aid To Coffee Growers
A huge supply of Plantain gushes into the Yaounde Markets filling them up.
The president Paul Biya of the Republic of Cameroon has intervened in order to reduce the negative impact caused by the price hikes.
Cameroon to put tabs on food exports with the aim of controlling price rise
Cameroon clean water project came into life yesterday.
Campaigners Push For Action In Cameroon Food Security. Protestors who have been campaigning for food self sufficiency want not just words but solid action in Cameroon.
CAMEROONIAN PRESIDENT PAUL BIYA EVOKES NEW SPIRIT IN AGRICULTURAL POLICIES – The President while speaking in Ebolowa indicated that the country needs to be more coherent while setting up agricultural policies.