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Kumbo Diocese mourns close to 400 in just seven months...

By Hilltopvoices Team The Roman Catholic Diocese of Kumbo has confirmed the dead of close to 400 civilians within the Diocese in the last seven months. Accorsing to a recent publication by the Director of Communication in the Diocese  . Elvis Nsaikila Wanyu Njong  civilians have been killed as a result of the ongoing armed conflict in North West and South West regions. Below is the publication

Union created to rebuild Anglophone Identity

The All Anglophone Union for Peace and Development better known by the acronym AAUPD has been created to rebuild the Anglophone Identity in Cameroon.

SHUMAS donates insecticide mosquito bed nets, deworms IDP children

Strategic Humanitarian Services SHUMAS has begun the donation of insecticide mosquito bed nets to internally displaced children in the NW region. The bed nets distribution which is targeting about 45000 families takes place in homes, churches and community gatherings. 

Sisterspeak237 organises first ever Fashion Show for Women with Disability

Sisterspeaks237 will on March 30 at the Djeuga Palace Hotel in Yaounde organise the first ever Fashion Show for Women living with disabilities in Cameroon. According to Comfort Mussa Founder of the women’s rights advocacy platform and initiator of the thematic Fashion Show Christened ACCESS 2019, the event has as objective to highlight the need for accessibility in stores and change rooms, adaptive clothing design and more diverse and authentic representation of people with disabilities in the fashion industry in Cameroon.

GOLDAS completes 25 team draws for FCFA 10M worth Championship in Bamenda

By Bakah Derick in Bamenda  The draws for the first ever Golden Age Soccer better known by the name GOLDAS championship have been made in Bamenda.

Bamenda Bishops Speak out on sacredness and dignity of Human Life amidst brutal killings in NW/SW

By Hilltopvoices Team The Archbishop and Auxiliary Bishop of Bamenda have addressed a letter to those they describe as “the faithful and people of Good will.”

Government Delegate, Mayors and LCC validate 30BFCFA Worth C2D transformation projects for Bamenda

By Bakah Derick in Bamenda  The Government Delegate to the Bamenda City Council, the Mayors of Bamenda I, II and III and members of the Local Consultative Committee from the three council areas have met in a workshop to select and validate projects to be financed under the C2D program in Bamenda.

NW FECAFOOT unveils strategic plan to rebrand football in the region

The North West League of the Cameroon Football Federation FECAFOOT league has unveiled a strategic plan intended to rebrand football in the region.

New Breed Africa Foundation celebrates finest NW music actors

By Bakah Derick in Bamenda  The Bamenda based charity New Breed Africa Foundation has celebrated over 30 actors in the music industry in the NW region. The celebrations which took the form of an award christened New Breed Africa Celebrity NBACA took place February 24 in Bamenda.

CAMGEW fetes Eco-community and biodiversity award

By Bakah Derick just back from Ebolowa  Authorities of Cameroon Gender and Environment Watch CAMGEW have received  the Guardian Post 2019 Achievement Award in  Eco-Community and Biodiversity with satisfaction following their dedication to on environmental and gender issues in Cameroon .

Cameroon-Bamenda; As rubbery and kidnappings increase, many opt for cashless transactions in restive NW

By Bakah Derick in Bamenda  The North West region of Cameroon in the last two years and counting has witnessed a geometric increase in the rate of Rubbery and kidnappings inspired by the crisis that has degenerated into an armed conflict with non-state armed actors kidnapping those they consider connected to the government or sympathize with the government.  

Aid workers warn of growing HIV/AIDs infections/deaths in NW as conflict worsens

By Bakah Derick first published by The Guardian Post Daily Newspaper  Aid and humanitarian service workers across the NW region say the region risk experiencing the highest HIV/AIDs as the ongoing armed conflict rages on. Speaking to hilltopvoices recently in Bamenda, Fidelia working as an Aid and Humanitarian worker in Boyo for a UNICEF sponsored project said her experiences on the ground on the sexual life of young people just like the older people favour the spread of HIV/AIDS.

Beer consumers in Bamenda forced to change choices as Foreign Drinks flood drinking spots

By Bakah Derick  First publish by the Guardian Post Daily Newspaper in February 2019 For a few weeks now in Bamenda, drinking spots have been seen stocking and serving foreign drinks to their clients. This has forced many to change their beer choices as some locally brewed beer brands disappear from the city.