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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Mbiyeh Library.LibraryProject.MaiyaBlock

When a strike broke and schools were closed in the region where science teacher Maiya was posted, students no longer had access to libraries.

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Madame Victorine Chia displays the beehive that she built after a technical session on hive construction

Situated in the hills of northwest Cameroon, Belo is a village made up of subsistence farmers primarily cultivating staple crops such as corn and beans. 

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Alexander Schwartz

I remember it like it was yesterday. 

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TuesdayRose.Cameroon.5

When I got to my village, a sleepy town of 500 nestled in the mountains of the Adamawa, I was shocked to find out that the HIV/AIDS prevalence in the health area was 9.1%.

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DavidDobell.Cameroon 1

My town is a place where HIV, gender equality, and health decision making are rarely discussed in a public forum.

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Photo.RyanFisher.HIVEducation.2

At my former site, schools were unexpectedly closed for a time. Because adolescents were not attending school, the local hospital noticed an increase of early pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections.

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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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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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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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Peace Corps Volunteers help Feed the Future

Imagine a world without hunger...

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