27 juillet 2016

Yaounde: Children’s Amusement Parks Still Scarce

 Willy GAPGHO (Intern) National - Société Their near absence in the capital city “spoils” the holidays for some kids.   Amusement parks are very important for children, especially during holidays. But in Yaounde, they are scarce and rather neglected. They are about three well known children’s leisure facilities in the capital - at the Yaounde Conference Centre, Mahima Supermarket, Elig-Essono and behind the National Commission for Human Rights and Freedoms near the Central Market. During the week, all... [Lire la suite]
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14 juillet 2016

Interview: «Consult Early When You Have Problems»

14 Juillet 2016 Elizabeth MOSIMA National - Société Prof. Jean Marie Kasia, Director General of the Hospital Centre for Applied Research, Endoscopic Surgery and Human Reproduction (CHRACERH).   Professor you spoke about the health of the lady who is 52 years old and that certainly means a particular way for follow up after the birth of the baby. What are the measures that will be taken to ensure the health of both the mother and the baby? Care taken for the child will be exactly what will be done for any child.... [Lire la suite]
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07 juillet 2014

Duala Vernacular School Resume

Princess Clarisse Douala Bell presided at the opening of a two-month course at the Bell Township Palace in Douala on July 1, 2014. Studies have proven that mother tongue has been relegated to the rear by most youth in favour of foreign languages which has negatively played on the nation’s cultural identity. The government in 2009 recommended the teaching of vernaculars in schools but most schools did not take it seriously. In order to give Duala dialect the importance it deserves, Princess Clarisse Douala Bell and the Queen Mother... [Lire la suite]