News & Events

English Webinar Programs Serve Cameroonian Teachers

On April 22, 2015, the U.S. Embassy in Yaoundé welcomed 20 English language teaching professionals for a viewing session of the “Shaping the Way We Teach English” webinar, course 16, module 1. The session focused on “Practical Tips for Increasing Listening Practice Time.” During the post-viewing discussion, participants noted that the webinar strengthened their capacity ...
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Spelling Bee in Bamenda Encourages Youth to Master English Language and Public Speaking Skills

On April 01, 2015, the Embassy organized the first annual Spelling Bee Competition in Bamenda. Hosted by the Government Technical High School Bamenda, the competition pitted 30 students from 10 secondary schools of the North West Region. The close to three-hour competition was witnessed by an enthusiastic audience of about 500 students, teachers, parents and ...
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Techwomen Alumni Host Symposium

On March 10, alumni from the 2014 TechWomen exchange program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State welcomed 80 women and girls interested in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields in a workshop as part of activities to commemorate Women’s History Month 2015. During this symposium, participants shared their experiences in the United ...
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Mandela Washington Fellows (YALI) organize a Youth Dialogue on Post2015 Agenda

On March 20, 2015, the U.S Embassy in Cameroon supported a two-day seminar organized by three Mandela Washington Fellows (YALI) from Cameroon, with the participation of 40 youth-organization leaders from around the country. The aim of the Youth dialogue was to include youth and women’s voices in the U.N Post2015 development agenda. Through the leadership ...
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