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  • Professor Takahashi with U.S. Embassy Press Attaché Timothy Lewis and Limbe workshop participants.

    American People Sponsor Media Training Program

    From August 4-8, Syracuse University professor, multimedia producer, and journalist Corey Takahashi traveled to Cameroon under the U.S. Speaker program sponsored by the American people through the United States Department of State.

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  • Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI)/Mandela Fellows

    Mandela Fellows Hold Youth Roundtable

    On August 7, Cameroon's Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI)/Mandela fellows held a roundtable session in Yaoundé, where they met with a group of youth and some members of the media to discuss their experiences in the United States.

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  • 3.	PAO Roberto Quiroz II thanks cameraman Cameroon TV reporter Lucrece Mebenga for her visit to the U.S. Embassy.

    Cameroon TV Interview Highlights Summit

    On August 8, Public Affairs Officer Roberto Quiroz II conducted an interview in French for Cameroon TV’s program “Scene de Presse” conducted by reporter Lucrece Mebenga. During the program, Mr. Quiroz underscored the goals of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit...

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  • Miss Cameroon Larissa Ngangoum (center), U.S. Embassy staff with Mandela Washington Fellows on August 6, 2014.

    U.S. Embassy Welcomes Back Mandela Fellows

    On August 6, the U.S. Embassy welcomed eight Cameroonian Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Fellows to discuss their experiences during a six week program in the United States. YALI is an initiative established by President Barack Obama to empower young African leaders.

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  • Participants earn “E-Teacher” certification.[USEYde Photo]

    American People Promote English Teaching

    On August 4, Government of Cameroon officials, educators, and students lauded U.S. Department of State English teaching programs sponsored by the American people at the 2014 CAMELTA National Congress attended by over 300 guests

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Embassy News

  • Chargé d'Affaires Matthew McKeever welcomed program participants.
    Mission Hosts Screening of President Obama's YALI Address

    On July 31, the Embassy welcomed over 30 young entrepreneurs and members of the civic sector for a screening of President Obama's address on July 28 to over 500 Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Mandela Fellows. Chargé d'Affaires Matthew McKeever welcomed the youth.  Read more »

  • IRC Painting from competition
    Cameroonian Artists Portray the United States

    On July 30, 2014, the Embassy hosted a “Vernissage” of a painting exhibit by Cameroonian artists on the theme “America: Architecture, Monuments and People.” The exhibit consists of 13 paintings produced by seven Cameroonian artists as part of a Wall Art Competition. 

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    YES Participants Honored

    On July 30, the coordinators of the International Education and Research Network (iEARN) in Cameroon welcomed Public Affairs Officer Roberto Quiroz II and Embassy staff for an event honoring eight participants in the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program.  Read more »

  • Students with Information Officer
    Eight Cameroonian Students to Visit the United States

    On July 24, eight participants in the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program visited the Embassy, where they were welcomed by Public Affairs Officer Roberto Quiroz II, Information officer Timothy Lewis, and Cultural Affairs Specialist Gladys Shang Viban.  Story »

  • AWEP participant with Embassy staff
    Cameroonian Entrepreneur to Visit the United States

    On July 22, Ms. Josiane Mbakop Noukeu visited the U.S. Embassy in Yaoundé, where she was welcomed by Public Affairs Officer Roberto Quiroz II and Cultural Affairs Specialist Gladys Shang Viban. Ms. Mbakop will visit Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago, and Albuquerque, New Mexico from October 27 through November 14, 2014 under the African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program (AWEP) sponsored by the American people through the U.S. Department of State.    »

  • Bafut Palace
    Preservation of the Historic Bafut Palace

    The American people, through the United States Department of State’s Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, are sponsoring $61,400 (FCFA 30 million) in funding for a cultural preservation project to preserve the architectural heritage of The Achum House at the Bafut Palace.  Read more »

  • Yaounde Bilingual Club Members [USEYde Photo]
    Afternoon Movie Program Welcomes Yaounde Pilot Center Bilingual Club Members

    On July 16, the U.S. Embassy in Yaounde welcomed 30 students from the Yaounde Pilot Linguistic Center Bilingual Club for a screening of the 1989 film “Field of Dreams” as part of its Afternoon Movie Program hosted at the Information Resource Center (IRC).  Read more »

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Information Resource Center

  • New Multimedia Center [USEYde Photo]

    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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U.S. Citizen Travel Information

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Ask The Consul

  • Consul Pamela R. Kazi  [USEYde Photo]

Health Connect - Listen to Podcast

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America Investing in Cameroon

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