Cameroon
A vicious cycle of injustice

A vicious cycle of injustice

While people trafficking is a global phenomenon that affects virtually every part of the world, it is endemic in Africa, with Africans making up an estimated 9.2 million victims. Of these victims, the majority are...

Food for thought

Food for thought

Food taboos exist in virtually all societies as beliefs and practices prohibiting the consumption of specific ingredients (or combinations thereof) for religious and/or cultural reasons. Violations unleash strict...

Cameroon’s statistical conundrum

Cameroon’s statistical conundrum

In Cameroon, many people are dissatisfied with the budgetary allocations to different administrative regions and sectors. Under President Paul Biya, 89, who has uninterruptedly ruled Cameroon for close to 40 years,...

Cameroon: A nation on the edge

Cameroon: A nation on the edge

Presidential silence over burning issues spawns new resistance groups In June 2019, protests at a five-star luxury hotel in Switzerland marked a turning point in Cameroon’s President Paul Biya’s traditional long stays...