Going by statistics generated by the National Civil Status Registration office, the Southwest sits on the top of regions with the lowest procurement of civil status documents.
The information was made known to the public, Wednesday, August 21, 2019, during the celebrations of the Second African Day Celebrations for Civil Registration and Vital Statistics, that took place in Buea.
To bridge this gap, robust measures have been implored to sensitise the population on the need to own these documents, especially as it plays a vital role in the identification of a citizen as part of a country
This edition of MATTERS centered on:
– The demeaning treatment accorded to Common Lawyer in Yaounde
– AGC Insinuation that Cameroonians Can solve Anglophone Problem
– Imbroglio among Separatist leaders tearing Anglophone Cameroon Apart
– One Year After Motorbike circulation Ban in Buea, what has changed?
As the countdown to the 2019/2020 academic year draws near, there’s growing uncertainty as to whether schools will effectively open its doors in the restive two English speaking regions of Cameroon. There’s no gainsaying that education has witnessed a hiccup in the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon for the past three years.
As the new academic year draws to a close, there’s growing trumpeting for schools to be effective once again. It is in this regard that HiTv brought together education stakeholders to discuss the possibility of school resumption, as well as the stakes and challenges.
Join the crack team of resource persons and analyst as we dissect the cause, course, and consequences of education hold-up in the two English speaking regions.
Dr. Beatrice Titanji – Academic
Anne Munjong – Journalist
Ikah Veronica – Parent
Samah Abang-Mugwa – Social Commentator
The Global Care outreach (GLOCARE), has beckoned on caregivers to be meticulous, yet humble in communicating HIV/AIDS-related issues to the public.
Medical Officials from the NGO made the appeal recently while schooling some healthcare providers on effective tools used in communicating Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs) issues.
The two-day training took place at the premises of the District Medical Office (DMO), Buea.
Health workers from the Global Care International have beckoned on the population of Buea to frequently and properly use the male and female condoms so as to prevent STIs.
This was during a mass sensitization campaign carried in main streets and quarters of the municipality, Friday, July 19, 2019.
According to the health personnel, the campaign came against the backdrop of growing concerns over the prevalence of HIV/AIDS and other STIs.
The Humanitarian Crisis in the two English Speaking regions of Cameroon has become so worsening that the international community is already rating it to be on a critical stage…
On this edition of PRESS FORUM, over HiTv, one of the Guest Speakers, Mr Akoh Baudouin Ngah, President of the Southwest Regional Branch of the Cameroonian Humanitarian Organisations Initiative (CHOI), gives an in-depth analysis of the worsening concerns in the two English Speaking Regions…
Some 150 youths selected through a competitive examination under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Civic Education,MINJEC, have been fully admitted into their scholarship programme at the Gulf Field University Institute of Petroleum, Mining, and Management Science.
This was during a matriculation ceremony that took place, Saturday, June 8, 2018, under the tutelage of the Minister of Youth Affairs and Civic Education.
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