Cameroon

What is Cameroon known for?


approach+life

, attitudes, or potential ways to approach life. The goal is to elevate awareness while either in or contemplating any of these states of mind such that one can transmute negative or wasteful aspects of their energy into conduct and mindsets that serve as virtuous examples for oneself and the greater community. Doumbia and Doumbia echo this sentiment for the Mande (Mandé peoples) tradition of Senegal, Mali, and many other regions


resistance made

resistance, made the West Africans a valuable reinforcement to the British Empire forces operating against the German Schutztruppe (colonial troops) in East Africa led by General Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck (Paul Emil von Lettow-Vorbeck). A single battalion of the Gold Coast Regiment arrived in German East Africa in 1916 and was soon joined by four battalions of the Nigerian Regiment. All remained active in this theatre of war until 1918. '''Banyo''' is a town and commune in Adamawa


extensive commercial

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religious devotion

dances are highly choreographed and separate men and women or forbid participation by one sex altogether. Mbaku (#Mbaku) 204. The goals of dances range from pure entertainment to religious devotion. West (#West) 18. Traditionally, music is transmitted orally. In a typical performance, a chorus of singers echoes a soloist. Mbaku (#Mbaku) 189. Musical accompaniment may


important providing

Programme, it shrank as much as 95% from about 1963 to 1998, but "the 2007 (satellite) image shows significant improvement over previous years". Commons:Category:Cameroon WikiPedia:Cameroon Dmoz:Regional Africa Cameroon


active+young

compacted with the Maronites in Lebanon, and the fact that most of development projects took place in Beirut or the regions surrounding it, which somewhat had a positive outcome since many active young people travelled abroad looking for better opportunities. In the 1960s and 1970s West Africa received the bulk of emigrants from South Lebanon, especially the Senegal, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leon, Cameroon, and Zaire, therefore providing them with opportunities to build wealth and political


influential role

the littoral region to the coast and form a portion of the Sawa, or Cameroonian coastal peoples. They have historically played a highly influential role in Cameroon due to their long contact with Europeans, high rate of education, and wealth gained over years as trader (merchant)s and land owner (property)s. The '''Isubu''' ('''Isuwu''', '''Bimbians''') are an ethnic group who inhabit part of the coast of Cameroon. Along with other coastal peoples, they belong to Cameroon's


written articles

'''James R Newby''' was a 19th century African American missionary to present-day Nigeria, Cameroon, and Liberia. He decided to tour Europe, and after visiting Greece (Olympic Games) and Germany (gambling at Baden-Baden), arrived in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he was converted through street evangelism of "Revivalists (Revivalism)" Meek and Mitchell. He preached in the open air and churches in Edinburgh, studied at Henry Grattan Guinness' Harley House missionary training college in London and went to Nigeria and Cameroon as a missionary with the Anglicans, sailing with Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther on 20 July 1876. There he worked amongst Igbo people and visited mission stations at Fernando Po (Bioko), Old Calabar, and Victoria (Limbe, Cameroon) (Limbe, Cameroon). After working in the Cameroons he arrived back in England 1879 after illness. '''Mokolo''' is the departmental capital and largest city of the Mayo-Tsanaga department, in the Far North Province of Cameroon. It is the fourth largest city in the Far North Province, after Maroua, Yagoua, and Kousséri. It is located in the Mandara Mountains that run along the Cameroonian-Nigerian border. The '''Link Rat''' (''Deomys ferrugineus'') is 12-14.5 cm long with a 15-21 cm long tail. It weighs 40-70 g. It has long legs and a pointed, narrow head, surmounted by enormous ears. It was a very long, bicoloured tail. The back and forehead are rich orange and brown and the underside is white. The rump hairs are stiff. The link rat is nocturnal and crepuscular. It prefers seasonally flooded forest floors between Cameroon and the Victoria Nile. This equatorial (equator) species ranges north of the Zaire River. It is found in Cameroon, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Rwanda, and Uganda. It has a widespread but scattered distribution and is seldom common. It feeds mainly on insects, crustaceans, slugs and some fallen fruits, notably palm (arecaceae)-nut husks. The '''Link Rat''' (''Deomys ferrugineus'') is 12-14.5 cm long with a 15-21 cm long tail. It weighs 40-70 g. It has long legs and a pointed, narrow head, surmounted by enormous ears. It was a very long, bicoloured tail. The back and forehead are rich orange and brown and the underside is white. The rump hairs are stiff. The link rat is nocturnal and crepuscular. It prefers seasonally flooded forest floors between Cameroon and the Victoria Nile. This equatorial (equator) species ranges north of the Zaire River. It is found in Cameroon, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Rwanda, and Uganda. It has a widespread but scattered distribution and is seldom common. It feeds mainly on insects, crustaceans, slugs and some fallen fruits, notably palm (arecaceae)-nut husks. At Dynamite!! 2009 Minowa squared off with Cameroonian fighter Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou in the finals of the Dream Super Hulk tournament (List of Dream champions#Dream Grand Prix Tournaments). In the first round Sokoudjou landed many strikes on the smaller fighter while Minowa attempted leglocks. At the end second round Minowa had Soukodjou


multiple+related

confirmed the existence of this species in chimpanzees.


title activities

, Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, Mauritania, Togo, and Uganda had stopped transmission, and Cameroon, CAR (Central African Republic), India, Pakistan, Senegal, Yemen were WHO certified.

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