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Success Story: Peace education for young people in Cameroon


For many years, Cameroon, located in Central West Africa with a population of almost 26 million, was regarded as relatively stable in comparison with its …

Success Story: 19 Pallottine Sisters in Cameroon Supported


The 19 Pallottine nuns working in five different centers in the three dioceses of Doumé Abong-Mbang, Bafoussam and Yaoundé in Cameroon wish to thank you. …

Cameroon: Boko Haram raiders ravage villages


“Recently they have come discretely, taking advantage of the full moon, to surprise people in their sleep. They kill the fathers of the family and the teenagers, especially the boys.”

A Course to Help Young Religious Cope with Trauma in a Conflict Region


For many years, Cameroon, a country in Central-West Africa with 24 million inhabitants, was regarded as relatively stable when compared its crisis-racked neighbors. Then, in …

A Two-Year Training Course for Seminary Teachers and Priests in Cameroon


The priests responsible for the formation of future religious leaders in Cameroon have a great responsibility on their shoulders. For the sake of the young …

Help the Formation of Carmelite Novices in Cameroon and the Central African Republic


In 1971, the first four Carmelite Fathers left Italy for the Central African Republic. These courageous pioneers rolled up their sleeves and set off to …

Help for the Formation of Carmelite Novices in Africa


By the age of five, Jean-Thierry Ebogo from Cameroon knew he wanted to be a priest. For him, the priesthood meant “being Jesus.” But in …

Cameroon: ‘Raise not your hand against the Anointed of Yahweh’


“These boys claim that they took up guns to protect the population and it is a great contradiction that these guns are now being used to terrorize the very population they claimed to be protecting. We all joined together to decry the brutality of the military against the people, but now it is our own children who have turned against their own people – and they think it is normal?”

Help for the Formation of 39 Carmelite Friars in Central Africa


Last year, the Carmelite Fathers in the Central African Republic had good reason to celebrate. Young Brother Christo was taking his perpetual vows. His parents …

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