Friday, February fourteenth, theUN says at least 22 people have been killed in a village in the Northwest region of Cameroon. Over half of those killed were children. No one has claimed responsibility for Friday’s incident but the opposition parties blame the killing on the government.

The Anglophone Crisis



Growing up, the end of the year was very important as family members travel across the globe to begin the new year together. This was an interesting moment for kids received gifts from Thier visiting relations.



A child may miss any holiday during a given year but not the one that wraps up the current year.

Since late 2016, this culture has faded as relations were restrained to unite with their loved ones during the Anglophone Crisis. Instead families have flees their homes, villages, communities in search of safety.

Families have seen their loved ones murdered in cold blood, kidnapped or disappeared. Villages have been abandoned,  destroyed and  brought to ruins. Most families in the English Speaking region of Cameroon rely on agriculture for a subsistent living, this is brutally trauncated as farm lands are extremely dangerous to access. This has increase the poverty rate in this region.

The government of Cameroon does not want to address the issues plaguing this region. The government donor want you to address key situations such as federalism or cessation.



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