Tag Archives: Cameroon

According to watchtutorials, Cameroon is a diverse country which is home to over 200 distinct linguistic and ethnic groups. The population of Cameroon is estimated to be around 24 million people as of 2020. The majority of the population resides in the western and southern parts of the country, with the highest concentration being in the cities such as Yaoundé and Douala. The main ethnic groups in Cameroon are Bantu, Fulani, Kirdi, and Hamitic peoples. The official language is French but there are also many other languages spoken including English, Ewondo, Fulfulde, Ngemba, Duala and more. The median age in Cameroon is 19 years old with a life expectancy of 59 years for males and 61 years for females. According to the World Bank estimates from 2019, nearly 40% of Cameroon’s population lives below the poverty line. Additionally, there has been a growing urbanization trend in recent years with almost half of Cameroon’s population now living in urban areas. As a result of this urbanization trend, many rural areas have become increasingly underserved by basic services such as education and health care. This lack of access to basic services has had an impact on overall quality of life for many people living in rural areas. See ejinhua for Cameroon Population and Language.

Cameroon Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Cameroon: Political System According to CANCERMATTERS.NET, Cameroon is a presidential republic in the Commonwealth. The unicameral parliament with 180 members is elected every five years. The head of state is also directly elected every five years. See AbbreviationFinder for more information about Cameroon politics, and acronyms as well. The official name of the country is:… Read More »

How to get to Cameroon

Overview Cameroon is a country in Africa according to naturegnosis. Cameroon combines everything you imagine Africa to be: tropical rainforest and deserted beaches in the south, huge deserts, lakes and savannahs in the north, volcanoes in the south and north-west and, spread across the country, safari areas with impressive wildlife such as lions and elephants.… Read More »

Cameroon Children and School

School in Cameroon The children in Cameroon also have to go to school. There is compulsory education. As in many African countries, not all children go to school. In Cameroon, however, the figure is very high at 95 children out of 100. While almost all boys now start school, the proportion of girls is only… Read More »