Bafoussam Hosts the First English Access Microscholarship Program Graduation

Forty Access students, along with their families, teachers, and local authorities, celebrated their graduation from the English Access Microscholarship Program. This is a two-year U.S. Embassy-sponsored program that helps young Cameroonians to improve their English language skills. Embassy Cultural Affairs Officer Will Romine congratulated students on their effort and commitment to learn a second language ...
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CAO Will Romine Urges Mbororo Youth to Contribute to Development of their Community

On October 27th, Cultural Affairs Officer Will Romine helped launch a series of economic empowerment workshops spearheaded by YALI alumni.  These workshops will equip 100 Mbororo youth with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop economic opportunities for themselves and their communities.  Our CAO offered some encouraging remarks, outlining the embassy’s support for efforts like ...
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IVLP Alumna Create Cameroon’s First Association of Female Journalists

During a four day symposium, 50 female journalists joined forces to create Cameroon’s first ever women media association. They unanimously elected seasoned journalist Becky Bissong as their president.  During the workshop, they shared strategies for covering the upcoming presidential elections.  They also used this monumental gathering to discuss the path forward for their new organization. ...
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