The Center for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA) has strongly condemned the decision by the Cameroonian Government to issue a travel restriction among Anglophones in the North west region and implores the government to start an all-inclusive dialogue to end the deadly crisis.
The African Development Bank Group (www.AfDB.org) has extended a loan of €84 million to Cameroon to support livestock and fish production in the central African country in line with the Bank’s strategies to create jobs and raise household incomes.
After two years of brutal conflict, the crisis needs urgent attention. One useful option would be to reschedule the presidential elections recently announced for October 7. Even if that doesn’t happen, the Anglophone region needs help now.
Statement by IMF African Department Director Abebe Aemro Selassie at the Conclusion of his Visit to Cameroon
Mr. Abebe Aemro Selassie, Director of the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) African Department, issued the following statement in Yaoundé at the conclusion of his visit to Cameroon, which took place from 4–5 July 2018: Cameroon’s continued leadership in sustaining its… Read More ›
Cameroon authorities agrees on measures to strengthen program implementation and contain public debt
An International Monetary Fund (IMF) team, led by Ms. Corinne Deléchat, visited Yaoundé from April 27 to May 14, 2018 to conduct discussions on the IMF’s Article IV consultation and the second review of the program supported by the Extended… Read More ›
It is critical to shore up areas of Africa’s Lake Chad Basin freed from the grip of Boko Haram, the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General told the Security Council on Thursday, as she also called for efforts to rebuild the lives of women and girls… Read More ›
As the most robust economy in Central Africa, Cameroon, has in the past decade taken steps to further boost growth, making major advances in providing health, education, and clean water, and launching an ambitious infrastructure investment programme to become a… Read More ›