With 4.3% growth predicted this year, Cameroon’s economy is already powering forward again. Neil Ford presents an overview of recent developments.
Lack of transport capacity has been holding back Cameroon’s mining sector, but long-delayed rail developments now in progress promise to speed up development. Neil Ford reports.
Cameroon is probably the most diverse country in Africa with landscapes that vary from dense tropical rainforests to deserts and everything in between. Gail Collins describes the wonder that is Cameroon.
Cameroon has produced a number of outstanding leaders in a variety of disciplines who have gone on to have considerable influence not only in Africa but across the world. We profile some of them here.
Cameroon’s immense hydropwer potential remains largely untapped, but projects are proceeding across the country to meet the rapidly growing demand for power.
Irrigation schemes are helping to boost the potential of Cameroon’s more arid areas while moves are afoot to ensure the sustainability of its important cocoa sector.