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    U.S. Embassy Launches “Get on the Reading Train” Program

    The U.S. Embassy, represented by Information Officer Timothy Lewis, launched the “Get On The Reading Train” literacy program for four local schools in Yaounde. This program is aimed at promoting literacy among pupils in local neighborhoods between the ages of 8 and 11 by encouraging a culture of reading.

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    1st Annual Spelling Bee Competition in Douala

    Winner Florian Njiyim Lowe (right) with Runner Up Tchuenkam Bafoum Rose Augusta wins the 1st annual Spelling Bee organized by the U.S. Embassy in Douala. Read the Cultural Affairs Officer Speech.

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  • Embassy Women Staff participate a women's day parade in Yaounde

    Women Play a Central Role in Peace

    Secretary of State John Kerry says in his Op-Ed about the International Women’s Day that: “Countries that value and empower women to participate fully in decision-making are more stable, prosperous, and secure. The opposite is also true…” Read full text

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  • President Barack Obama holds a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk of Ukraine in the Oval Office (The White House photo)

    Statement of G7 Leaders on Ukraine

    We, the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, the President of the European Council and the President of the European Commission, call on the Russian Federation to cease all efforts to change the status of Crimea contrary to Ukrainian law and in violation of international law.

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    Annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices

    Secretary Kerry in his Annual Human Rights Report Practices stresses on the fundamental struggle for dignity, decency in the treatment of other human beings.

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Embassy News

  • U.S. Embassy’s Sponsors 2nd Annual Theater Competition Celebrating African-American Literature

    The U.S. Embassy, in partnership with the Regional Delegation for Secondary Education and People’s Theater for Social Change, will hold its second annual Black History Month Theater Competition on March 21, 2014 at the Goethe Institute in the Bastos neighborhood of Yaounde. The competition is open to the public and will begin at 5:00 p.m.   Full Text »

  • U.S. Department of State Donates 37 Vehicles to African Union Forces in the Central African Republic

    On Sunday, March 9, 2014, the U.S. Government delivered 37 vehicles to the African Union-led International Support Mission in the Central African Republic (CAR). This donation is in response to an urgent plea from the support mission, known as MISCA by its French acronym, for materiel support as it seeks to restore peace and stability in neighboring CAR.   Full Text »

  • U.S. Embassy Hosts Public Speaking MOOC CAMP

    Do you want to take a public speaking course for FREE? Register to participate in the course entitled “Introduction to Public Speaking” offered by the University of Washington at the U.S. Embassy in Yaounde, as part of the 2014 MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) Camp.  Read more »

  • Cameroon Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2013

    Cameroon is a republic dominated by a strong presidency. The country has a multi-party system of government, but the Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement (CPDM) has remained in power since it was created in 1985. In practice the president retains the power to control legislation. On April 14, the country conducted the first Senate elections in its history, which were peaceful and considered generally free and fair.  Read more »

  • Spelling Bee Enhances English Language Acquisition in Cameroon
    Spelling Bee Enhances English Language Acquisition in Cameroon

    February 19, 2014: Opening the 2014 Spelling bee competition in Yaounde, Acting Public Affairs Officer, Dr. Jonathan Koehler underlined the importance of fun activities in enhancing English language acquisition. Read the full text of Mr. Koehler’s remarks.   »

  • CRTV Documentary "To Be Whole"

    In a TV co-operative with Cameroon Radio and Television, the United States Department of State co-sponsored the production of a documentary exploring the growing interest among people of African descent in the Americas to reconnect with their roots.  Watch  »

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    Listen to Janet Bih on "Cameroon Has Enormous Potential in Many Fields"

    The U.S. State Department’s TechWomen initiative brings emerging women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics from Africa and the Middle East together with their professional counterparts in the United States for a mentorship and exchange program. Last year, Cameroon sent its very first participants. Jane Bih is one of them, and she spoke with us about her experience.  Transcript »

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    The James Baldwin Information Resources Center has been renovated. Visit the Center to benefit from the new Multimedia Center,  a renewed book collection and lots of online resource. Read More.

Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund 2014

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America Investing in Cameroon

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