Cameroon

Stories from Cameroon

Every Peace Corps Volunteer has a story to tell. Read stories from Volunteers about what it's like to live and work in Cameroon.

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Men in HIV/AIDS Education 1

Living at his post and receiving  supplementary Peace Corps training,  Health Volunteer Anthony decided to train peer educators in his community

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Girls presenting the app

When English teacher Laura decided to sign up seven girls at her high school for the “Technovation Challenge,” she knew it would be a true challenge

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Farmers during practical training

In partnership with a local NGO, Agriculture Volunteer Jonathan implemented a project that aims to increase farmers' income while maintaining soil fertility.

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Peace Corps Volunteers help Feed the Future

Imagine a world without hunger...

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Widows group marching on the IWD

Madame Yvette was not the first person to knock on my door, saying she wanted to be my friend. She was, however, the first person to do so with a vision of what that friendship should look like.

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A native of Batouri, Cameroon, Gabriel Noa Tsala works with Peace Corps Volunteers to improve agricultural and business systems in his community.

I first started working with Peace Corps Volunteers in August 2013. 

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Literacy Lab LGL

Happy International Education Week!

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Indonesia sunrise

Rise with the sun.

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Women take charge to improve nutrition and income

With the help of Peace Corps Volunteer Alex Meckley, women who farm in the Northwest Region of Cameroon are now strengthening the diets of their households and earning additional income.

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