Education

Humphrey Ekema Monono Registrar, Cameroon GCE Board

The GCE Board Will Protect the English Subsystem of Education – Registrar

Walter Wilson Nana Buea, Cameroon The Cameroon General Certificate of Education Board, fondly referred to as the GCE Board is twenty years old and there is need for celebrations. In the sidelines of the celebrations, the management of the Board … Continue reading

Ivo Vevanje, outgoing Southwest Regional Coordinator for the National Civic Service Agency

Civic Service Agency Begins Recruitment For 2014

Walter Wilson Nana Buea, Cameroon The National Civic Service Agency for Participation in Development has launched the 2014 recruitment opportunities for volunteers. Southwest Regional Coordinator for the agency, Ivo Vevanje made public the information Saturday, November 23 2013 in Buea … Continue reading

A participant chips in a contribution

Stakeholders Advocate For Speedy Decentralisation Process

Walter Wilson Nana Buea, Cameroon Members of the Civil Society Organisations, CSOs, who are also stakeholders in the decentralisation process in Cameroon, are worried about the snail-pace evolution of the process. At the close of a three day training workshop … Continue reading

Rev.Fr George Jingwa Nkeze, Pro-Chancellor, CUIB

CUIB Is an Entrepreneurial University – Pro-Chancellor

Walter Wilson Nana Buea, Cameroon The Pro – chancellor of the Catholic University Institute of Buea, CUIB, Rev.Fr George Jingwa Nkeze has said their training is geared towards bringing a new twist to entrepreneurial development in Cameroon. Talking to journalists … Continue reading

Dr. Donald Achidi, GM of UHC(backing), tells the sub contractors his expectations

UHC Begins Construction of 2500-bed Hostel For UB

 Walter Wilson Nana Buea, Cameroon The Cameroon University Housing Corporation, UHC have begun work at the sites in the campus of the University of Buea, UB, earmarked for the construction of the 2,500 bed hostels. After the October 15 2013 … Continue reading

Dr. Nalova Lyonga, UB VC delivering her speech to the freshmen and guests at the matriculation ceremony

UB Accepts Everyone Except Extremists – Vice Chancellor

By Walter Wilson Nana Buea, Cameroon The 6,213 freshmen, enrolled into the University of Buea, UB, for the 2013/2024 academic year have been told to show a deep sense of maturity and exemplary attitude during their sojourn in UB. This … Continue reading

Prof Fame Ndongo cuts the ribbon leading into the new teaching laboratory block of the faculty of health science

UB’s Vice Chancellor: We Want Teaching Hospital, Amphitheatre, More Staff for Health Faculty

 Walter Wilson Nana Buea, Cameroon The University of Buea, UB, is growing and the need for updated infrastructure and necessary human resources are pressing. At the inaugural ceremony of the teaching laboratory block of the Faculty of Health Sciences, UB, … Continue reading

Dr Joyce Ashutantang

Cameroonian Poet Features In World Poetry Festival In Greece

Walter Wilson Nana Buea, Cameroon Associate Professor of English in Hillyer College, University of Hartford, Connecticut, USA, Cameroonian-born Dr Joyce Ashuntantang, was among 69 poets from 22 countries invited to participate in the First Athens World Poetry Festival in Greece. This … Continue reading

A family pic of participants, panellists and students from Buea municipality at the close of the workshop

Cameroon: Education Of The Girl Child Discussed

Walter Wilson Nana Buea, Cameroon Officials of the Southwest Regional Delegation of Women Empowerment and the Family and members of Civil Society Organisations, CSOs have emphasised the need to educate the girl child. This call was made in Buea, during … Continue reading

Candidates taking competitive exam into the Teachers’ Training College (ENS) of the University of Maroua

ENS Maroua Competitive Entrance to Select Future Teachers For 2013/2014

Wilfred Agbor Enow Buea, Cameroon The competitive exam into the Teachers’ Training College (ENS) of the University of Maroua for the 2013/2014 academic year took place around the country last weekend the 19th and 20th of October.   The centers for … Continue reading