The Catholic Women Association (CWA) celebrated the Golden Jubilee at the national level last month in Bamenda and at the Yaoundé diocesan level on Sunday August 10, 2014 at St. Joseph’s Anglophone Parish Mvog-Ada.
Sr. Xaveria Nteinmusi displys award after send-off Mass
An elderly woman remarked on Sunday, March 30, 2014, during Sr. Xaveria Ntenmusi’s send-off Mass in St. Anthony Parish Njinikom that a landslide had occurred in Njinikom. Sr. Xaveria was leaving Njinikom after 14 years of dedicated services as the matron of St. Martin de Porres Hospital, Njinikom.
Yaounde Sistershare has donated books to schools in Jakiri within the framework of phase two of its 'Reading for empowerment' project, launched last year in Kumbo.The donation was made on Saturday, October 19, in an elaborate ceremony at the Jakiri Council hall.
A two-day workshop has taken place in Bamenda to implement the activities of Volunteers for Democracy and Peace, VDP. The workshop that held from October 30 to 31, 2012, was to use and empower volunteers from the North West Region on the concept of democracy, citizenship and local governance and to provide the programme with a data base of volunteers to relay information from and carry out activities in the North West Region.
week is a time we set aside by a church based charity, Victim-Offender Prison
Care Support, VOPS, working full time with prisoners and ex-prisoners to
sensitise the public to the lives of those affected by crime.
Los Angeles: Lay Mission-Helpers Association (LMH) and
Mission Doctors Association (MDA) recently received the prestigious Mission
Award from the United States Catholic Mission Association (USCMA). The Los
Angeles-based organisations were selected for the honour in recognition of
their more than half-century of placing lay missionaries and medical
professionals in volunteer opportunities in struggling countries around the
(L) Epanya Sike E. Rosy (8 years) and Epanya Soppo Audrey Paola (5 years)
It is difficult to describe exactly what is happening in Cameroon's economic capital, Douala, where crime and cult practices are on the rise. Douala inhabitants are worried as life has taken a sudden brutal twist with evil people now showing no mercy for their targets.
The government delegate to the Douala City Council has ordered traders in the Congo and Nkololoun markets to leave their present sites before construction begins, but so far, many traders have failed to heed the order. More than a month ago, fire ravaged the Congo Market. Consequently, traders now occupy a section of the road in the mosque quarter. On September 13, the government delegate to the Douala City Council announced plans to construct a modern market and that preparations will begin soon.
The speaker of Cameroon’s National Assembly, Hon. Cavaye Yeguie Djibril, has launched a tree-planting campaign in Nkambe, Kumbo and Batibo in Cameroon’s North West Region. Hon. Cavaye, who was on a visit to the North West Region from September 12 to 14, encouraged the population of the towns in which he launched the tree-planting campaigns, to contribute to the global fight against climate change which is already having devastating effects in Cameroon.
Sixty people were on Monday, September 10, 2012, trained on Biometrics and Cameroon’s Single Electoral Code in Bamenda to enable them sensitise an estimated 3000 sociocultural groups to the need to take part in a biometric registration in view of the upcoming municipal and parliamentary elections in Cameroon.