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Embassy Donates 40 Books to Women journalists

On March 15, the U.S. Embassy in Yaoundé  donated three dozens of Nouveaux Horizons books to JAFEC (journalistes d ’action et femmes de Coeur”,  a female  journalist association created in 2008. Deputy Chief of Mission Gregory Thome chaired the ceremony and congratulated the association for its efforts in promoting professionalism and women journalists. The donation ...
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Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Visits Cameroon

“I am delighted to be here with a delegation from Washington, D.C. as well as from Stuttgart. With the Minister for External Relations, we discussed a wide range of bilateral issues, particularly in the security domain.  We discussed the threat of violent extremism and the support that we provided to assist Cameroon over time and ...
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U.S. Official Visits University of Yaounde II

On February 28, visiting U.S. official Ms. Tijen Aybar visited the University of Yaounde II, where she met with over 75 students to discuss American foreign policy priorities to promote the empowerment of youth, women and girls. Ms. Aybar serves as Public Diplomacy Country Affairs Officer for Central Africa at the U.S. Department of State ...
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Book Discussion Highlights Colin Powell

On February 24, 2015, the U.S. Embassy in Yaoundé welcomed to the James Baldwin Information Resource Center (IRC) over 40 students, teachers and civil society leaders for a discussion celebrating Black History Month and the life of Colin Powell.  The session focused on a Nouveaux Horizons book titled “Un Enfant du Bronx” (My American Journey). ...
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