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PWD Bamenda Football Club from Cameroon's northwestern riddled by armed conflict, is not only planning to start up an online television; it is also looking to exploit social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and WhatsApp, to create a strong nexus with their fans.
A German company has been contracted by Cameroon's Police department to make and provide biometric passports in the Central African country. The passports will be produced within 24 hours for applicants residing in Cameroon and 48 hours for those residing abroad.
Cameroon's Universal Health Coverage project is touted as a laudable step in efforts to render healthcare more accessible and affordable in a country where most of its citizens die due to a lack of easy access to healthcare services.
Following the implementation of various COVID-19 pandemic related restrictions, religious gatherings in Cameroon are increasingly now happening via online platforms as a new way of life.
The process to dematerialize the process of awarding public contracts in Cameroon was launched in 2018 by a decree of the country’s Prime Minister at the time, Philemon Yang. From 2023, procurement will happen online.
Students and staff of Cameroon’s state universities will soon be able to carry out online learning and administrative activities much smoothly thanks to a partnership deal that seeks to install broadband high-speed internet.
Participants gathered in Cameroon’s economic capital, Douala, for a training session that was organized by the country’s National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC) with technical support from the Africa Groups of US tech giants, Microsoft and Facebook.