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Cameroon moves towards its national cyber risk assessment with the support of the Commonwealth

A 3-day Cyber Risk Assessment workshop was organised to train IT experts in strategic state institutions in Cameroon to establish an inventory of critical cyber risks

The workshop from 2 to 4 April addressed issues on cybersecurity and cybercrime in Cameroon, national critical assets identification and the protection of critical cyberspace. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the workshop, the General Manager of the [National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC)] (https://www.antic.cm/index.php/en/) Prof. Ebot Ebot Enaw…

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Cameroon: UK funds campaign to address menstrual hygiene challenges

British High Commission Yaounde has commissioned a project with Girls Excel to provide innovative solutions to menstrual hygiene challenges in Cameroon

UNESCO estimates that one in 10 girls in Africa misses one to 4 days of school per month, making this one of the highest contributors to girls dropping out of education all together.The reason is because menstruation is still considered a taboo. To protect the ‘minds’ of adolescent girls, some…

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Cameroon celebrates the 92nd Birthday of Her Majesty the Queen

Rowan Laxton commended the fruitful relationship between the United Kingdom and the government of Cameroon

Over four hundred persons from government, political, traditional, business, academia, cultural and the media in Cameroon gathered at the Residence of the British High Commissioner to Cameroon, Rowan Laxton to attend the Queen’s Birthday Party on 7 June 2018. Addressing his guests, Rowan Laxton commended the fruitful relationship between the…

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Cameroon: UK's Actis to build Douala Grand Mall and Business Park

The laying of the foundation stone took place at the Douala project site in the presence of British High Commissioner to Cameroon and the Minister of Commerce

The British High Commissioner to Cameron, H.E. Rowan Laxton, and Mr. Luc Maglire Mbarga Atangana, Cameroon’s Minister of Commerce and personal representative of the Head of State, on the 11th of April 2018, laid the foundation stone for the construction of the Douala Grand Mall and Business Park. The $200…

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Cameroon: British High Commission hosts Commonwealth Big Lunch

The Commonwealth Big Lunch was organised as part of activities earmarked by the mission to announce the London Commonwealth Head of Government Meeting (CHOGM)

The British High Commission gathered Commonwealth partners, guests and school pupils at Kribi in the southern region of Cameroon on 6 April 2018 for a Commonwealth Big Lunch to celebrate the Commonwealth, community and build connections through food. The event was attended by members of the Commonwealth diplomatic family in…

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Cameroon Student is the 11th Commonwealth Points of Light winner

Noela Mwiondo Lyonga, was awarded the Commonwealth Points of Light certificate in recognition for her efforts in educating prison inmates in Buea-Cameroon

Noela Lyonga, representing Cameroon, is the founder of the ‘Noela Lyonga Foundation’, an organisation improving education for prisoners and engaging young people in volunteering. Through her ‘Inspire an Inmate’ programme, Noela has led training workshops for over 100 prisoners to support their economic reintegration into society when they leave prison.…

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British High Commission Cameroon observes Remembrance Day 2017

British High Commissioner, Rowan Laxton recommends peace as a key ingredient to the well-being of any society

Friends of the UK converged to pay tributes to fallen heroes of the two World Wars and subsequent ones on Sunday 12 November 2017 at the Limbe Botanical Garden. Moreover, it was an occasion to mark the centenary of the creation of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission which symbolises the…

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Applications for Chevening scholarships open in Cameroon

The British High Commission in Yaounde is inviting applications from outstanding professionals in Cameroon, Chad, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea for their prestigious Chevening scholarships

The applications are welcome from the following priority areas for a one year masters course in the UK: Security and Peace (International Security/ Risk Management/ Terrorism/ Regional Development/ Conflict Resolution/ Peace Studies/Public Health/ Wildlife protection) Prosperity (Engineering/Economics/ Trade/Green Economy/ E-Commerce Development/ Creativity & Innovation/ Entrepreneurship) Human Rights/ Humanitarian Law/ Governance…