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When and how does the UN Declare a Humanitarian Crisis?

There are of course many types of crisis in the world, however, the most talked about is the crisis that affects the wellbeing of mankind and this is humanitarian crisis. Read what is humanitarian crisis and the various types here.

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Humanitarian crisis in Cameroon: UN seeks US$15M to reach 160,000 internally displaced people in the next three months

Report from the UN Office for the coordination of Humanitarian Affairs on the 29, May 2018 indicates that the humanitarian community in Cameroon launched an Emergency Response Plan to respond to the most urgent humanitarian needs in the south-west and north-west regions of the country.

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Cameroon: External Relations minister summons US Ambassador, debunks viral outing

Cameroon’s external relations minister Lejuene Mbella Mbella summons the US Ambassador to Cameroon Peter Henry Balerin on the heels of his latest outing following his encounter with the head of state Paul Piya on 17th may 2018 at the unity palace.

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Anglophone crisis: Government crowd sourcing resources for possible negotiation

Following persistent calls from the national and international community for the government of Cameroon to call for a needed dialogue or negotiation to end the protractive Anglophone crisis in Cameroon, the powers that be have been rather slow or adamant to succumb.

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Universal periodic review 30, UK ask government to improve on human rights in Cameroon

During the discussion of Cameroon’s Human Rights record on May 16, 2018, the UK delivered a statement at the UNHRC Universal periodic review concerning Cameroon.

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Why National unity and not unity in diversity should be celebrated in Cameroon: 3 reasons

Cameroon’s national day is celebrated every 20th of May in color and glamour. Why the day of national unity should be celebrated in Cameroon has been stroked by serious and unending debates in recent times.Before I proceed note this, Cameroon is one country that has two dates of independence; 1960 and 1961 (strange right!).

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Anglophone crisis: video shows soldiers burn down homes in South West, blue helmet spotted, UN says they are not aware.

On the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon, a viral video has circulated showing Cameroonian military burning down homes of villagers in the south western village of Munyenge. A soldier with a blue helmet was spotted among those who carried out the act.

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The Dean of African presidents is falling

You may be wondering who the dean of African presidents could be. The answer is here. A dean in the context of this write up refers to a senior member of some group of people, dean of diplomatic corps. Africa is noted for emulating western democratic values, dictatorial governance, and poor foreign policy instruments.

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What is military retreat? Cameroon military retreats from Belo after severe attacks from Ambazonia fighters

The Cameroonian military has withdrawn from the north-western town of Belo after it was attacked by Anglophone separatists, known as the Amazonians.

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UN Secretary General: “our world is going backwards with growing violent conflicts”

In his address to the General Assembly high-level meeting on peacebuilding and sustaining peace ongoing in New York (April 24 – 26, 2018) UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres made very heart touching and salient statements on the security concerns in the world.

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