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This category covers questions about Cameroon, officially known as the Republic of Cameroon. The country is located in central and western Africa. After World War I, Cameroon split into two territories under Britain and France and declared independence soon after, rejoining as one country in 1961.
Most people in the English-speaking Northwest and Southwestprovinces speak Cameroonian Pidgin English. . Fulfulde serves the same function in the north. . Ewondo serves the same function in much of the Central, South,and East provinces. . Camfranglais (or Frananglais) is a new pidgin language...
Cameroon's main exports to Europe are mainly banana, rubber (part processed), cocoa, timber (part processed) and refined oil. Local farmers also produce large amounts of onion, tomatoes, carrots, beans and several other cash crops which are exported to neighbouring countries like Gabon, Congo and...
Monkeys, Dolphin's, Chimpanzees and lizards
They gained independence from france
It is french. It translates as cycling! x
West coast of the African continent
They speak English and french, they will understand in either.
  Paul Biya. See the Related Link.
Including the lakes, the total water area is 6000 square Kms. Water born diseases are prevalent. There are thermal springs indicating previous volcanic activity
Cameroon president Paul Biya is 84 years old (birthdate: February 13, 1933).
There are mountains in the west, highest point Mount Cameroon, 4095 metres
16,380,000 near estimate
Cameroon has been an independent country since 1961
Cameroon has been an independent country since 1961
CFA: Central African Francs
  Peace - Work - Fatherland   Peace - Work - Fatherland
Cameroon is north of the equator
It is a town in south province, Cameroon
I Think the financial report for GUINNESS CAMEROON is to be reported by the financial Accountant .
Cameroons Capital is Yaounde
Not since independence in 1961, major languages spoken are English and French
Siegfride Willis is a very wealthy man in Cameroon.
They eat your mother bitch!Please replace with the correct answer.Thank You.
Coffe, cocoa, cotton, rubber, bananas, oilseed, grains, livestock and timber
Nuts, fish, goats meat, cassava, yam, rice, plantain, potato, maize, beans and millet
northern Hemisphere
A large amount of methane gas was disturbed and thus escaped from the botton of the lake
I would recommend visiting the town of Kumbo in the North WestRegion. This town is exemplary as far as culture is concerned. Thelocal Nso' community (natives) is very much attached to itstraditional settings. A Kumbo based museum Mus'Art Gallery hastaken the pains to provide very useful information...
in cameroon we dont have Spring. cameroon has just two season: Dry season and Rainy season
A national sport is a sport or game that is considered to be an intrinsic part of the culture of a nation. As such, Cameroon has no 'official' national sport; although on every level imaginable the country is transfixed by football... soccer if you are from North America.
Assuming the question should read 'president' of Cameroon; the current president is Paul Biya.
Central African Franc
The popularity of Cameroon can be measured by search queries in google.trends and the popularity in international media by marshallindex.com which is measuring how often the word is mentioned in media.
  some of the major cities in cameroon are : douala, yaounde, baffoussam, nguaoundere, garoua, limbe, bertoua, mbalmayo, kribi
CFA. Central African Franc. 500 cfa is about $1
It has a multiparty Presidential regime (although most power remains with the President)
wat is Camerooms favouite foods
475,440 square Kms
Cameroon in situated on the west coast of Africa
In Cameroon, they use Francs.
40% Christian, 20% Muslim and 40% other beliefs
A chain of hills, plateaus and mountains, known as the Cameroon range extends from Mount Cameroon on the coast-Cameroon's highest point at (13,435 ft) almost to Lake Chad at Cameroon's northern border .
situated on the African continent
yes cameroon going to win today
famous players that played or that do play for cameroon are Samuel Eto'o he played for Barcalona and Brazil, Alex Song he played for Arsenal.
Japan defeated Cameroon. The statistics of the match are as follows: . Japan 1-0 Cameroon June 14, 2010 (16:00) Managers: . Takeshi Okada (Japan) . Paul Le Guen (Cameroon) Man of the Match: Keisuke Honda (Japan) Location: Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein Attendance: 30,620 Head...
the population is 16,380,000
Philémon Yunji Yang is the Prime Minister of Cameroon. Yang was appointed on 2009 June 30 by President Paul Biya. Before becoming Prime Minister, Yang was the Assistant Secretary General to the President of Cameroon for 5 years. Before that position, he was the ambassador to Canada for 20 years. ...
Cameroon has 230 different languages. You'll have to be more specific.
iTS WHERE THE BLACK PEOPLE LIVE ON TOP OF MT. EVEREST. :)This is RUBBISH, if you cannt answer the question properly dont enter the site,In the Montara Mountains, highest point 1224 metres
The Prime Ministry of Cameroon is Philimoun Yang!
The Central African Franc
Population: 12,905,000More than 30% of the total population lives at less than $1.25 per day. Cameroon is one of the wettest lands on the earth with annual rainfall of about 1028 cm. The Cameroon flag has a star and three colors; green for vegetation, red for independence and yellow for sunshine...
Disasters happening in Cameroon ranges from droughts, floods, volcano, gases, hunger, epidemic, mass transport accidents.ricardo rocha
Cameroon lies between latitudes 1° and 13°N, and longitudes 8° and 17°E.
well most people have lots of jobs (mostly) boys but women in Cameroon have the same, sooo I think um.......... HI UM......... I'm not positive but I think girls live longer.Thanks!
It is called 'Oh Cameroon, cradle of our Forefathers'
183,500 square miles
not as good as denmark
Ndole is the traditional dish for cameroon , not sure about the drink.
They use the Central African Franc
The President in Paul Biya and the Prime Minister Philamon Yang
Just a little north of the Equator
Ahmadou Ahidjo , was the longest standing President of Cameroon, leading the country from 1960 January 1 to 1982 November 6, nearly 23 years. From 1960 January 1 to May 5 he was considered Head of State. From 1960 May 5 to 1982 November 6, he was considered President of Cameroon.
per capita $2300.00 per anum
The name of Cameroon IS Cameroon
Unemployment rate in Cameroon is quoted at 9.3%. However underemployment is found to be 68.8%. Women and university graduates at 36.5%. The answer to your question that chance of employment is very slim
Douala is the biggest city and the commercial capital. Population estimated at 2,000,000
Most children attend school, more boys than girls though
Official languages are English and French with 24 ethnic minority languages