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Dr. Gilbert Lawong

Indeed I am touched of the contributions of L'Effort Camerounais towards thematizing many topics of the society, which hitherto have not been tackled. Some weeks ago, we could read about the situation of pensioneers and now we read about albinism.
I thank the L'Effort-Team heartily for this great work. Continue in this respect!
Concerning albinism, I think, apart from the tribal believes around this natural God given phenomenon, it is also an important factor, if one lives in a village or town. Tight links within the family and between families, as is mostly the case in villages, do ease the integration of concerned families and individuals in soceital activities. Everyone notices that albinism is a special phenomenon, but they can easily accept it and interact normaly with the concerned persons.


"You can safely assume that you've created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do."
Anne Lamott

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