In a release dated November 12, the Governor of the Region, Augustine Awa Fonka, stated that 34 new cases have been recorded in the Region recently.
According to the Deputy Managing Director and Acting Chair, Mitsuhiro Furusawa, COVID-19 pandemic has continued to pose significant challenges in Cameroon. These challenges according to the financial body, includes deteriorating growth prospects and worsening Cameroon’s external and fiscal position.
This year’s school resumption was particularly special, as pupils and students who have been away from school, longer than usual, headed back to their classrooms. The long break was forced by the outbreak of the coronavirus that grounded school activities and shutdown most nations and states around the world.
According to the Secretary-General of MINCOM, his ministry received FCFA 100 million out of FCFA 300 million they requested. Prof. Felix Zogo stated that the amount was raised to FCFA 420 million by a Prime Ministerial decree in relation to financial allocations to institutions concerned with Government strategy to fight Covid-19.
The number of persons diagnosed of the novel coronavirus has drastically increased in the Northwest Region of Cameroon.
Anxiety has gripped the population of Northwest Regional capital Bamenda after news broke that 12 students have tested positive of COVID-19.
The African Development Bank, AfDB, has approved an 88 million Euro loan (FCFA 57.1 billion) to help Cameroon finance her COVID-19 response strategies. The loan, which falls under the framework […]
BUEA, Cameroon – A Non-governmental Organisation, Africa Diabetes and Hypertension Association, and YAPCEC Community Project have donated items to the people of Tole, Buea Sub-division of the Southwest Region, to […]
BUEA, Cameroon – Human Right Watch, HRW, has petitioned the Cameroon Government to publish information on the revenues, disbursements, and management of Healthcare Solidarity Fund. The international non-government organisation made […]
BUEA, Cameroon – An Applied Persuasive and Risk Communication Strategist, Robert Abunaw, has invented a Town Crier Mobile Rural Radio, TCMRR, which he says will help in combating coronavirus in […]