Country profile

Cameroon

Central Africa

Fellows trained in Iceland:

7
5 2

Short courses & workshops:

1

Short course & workshop participants:

31
25 6

Cameroon is often known as "Africa in miniature" because of its geographical and cultural diversity.

The Central African country has one of the highest literacy rates on the continent, but its economic progress has been hampered by corruption and decades of authoritarian rule.

Created in 1961 by the unification of a British and a French colony, the modern state of Cameroon has also struggled to find peace and unity.

Internally, there are tensions over the two mainly English-speaking south-western provinces. A secessionist movement emerged in the 1990s, and turned into an insurgency in 2016.

Source: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-13146029

Activities

Short Course

Aquaculture in Cameroon - PEEA project

1.01.2017 - 1.01.2017
Cameroon
31 25 6

Fellows

285.jpg

Charlotte Bigwa

2012 | Six month training
Company Management
Cameroon
200.jpg

Feyeh Cletus

2009 | Six month training
Sustainable Aquaculture
Cameroon
376.jpg

Elizabeth Forgako

2016 | Six month training
Sustainable Aquaculture
Cameroon
375.jpg

Morfow Paul Nkeze

2016 | Six month training
Sustainable Aquaculture
Cameroon
297.jpg

Joseph Tekwombuo

2013 | Six month training
Sustainable Aquaculture
Cameroon
408.jpg

Yves Merlin Ndjonjip

2017 | Six month training
Sustainable Aquaculture
Cameroon
253.jpg

Leunga Didier Chuba

2011 | Six month training
Quality Management of Fish Handling and Processing
Cameroon

Collaborators