Cameroon Tries to Beat Food ShortagesA representative of United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) is warning that crop failures last year and farmers inability to store their food have caused five million people in Northern Cameroon to be at risk of a humanitarian crisis.
A Cameroonian farmer digs out cassava tubers.
Cameroon Tribune, 24 July 2012
Olivier De Schutter gave a press conference in Yaounde on Monday, July 23. Read more »
Cameroon: Food Supply on 'Red Alert,' Says UN
UN News, 23 July 2012
A United Nations independent human rights expert today urged Cameroon to take measures to ensure it can have food security in the long-term, including investing in small farmers,… Read more »
Cameroon Tribune, 22 July 2012
The United Nations Development Programme (PNDP) in its first-ever Africa Human Development Report, with theme, "Towards a food secure future," has indicated that building a food… Read more »
Cameroon Tribune, 12 July 2012
The continental initiative was officially launched in Yaounde on Thursday July 12. Read more »
Cameroon Tribune, 2 May 2012
A MOU to this effect was signed between MINRESI and IRAD in Yaounde on April 24,2012. Read more »
Cameroon: Drought in Sahel Affects Urban Citizens
IPS, 29 February 2012
Sala Aminata, a housewife from the Logone and Shari Division in Cameroon's Far North Region, looks at her six kids with apprehension as she tries to figure out how to feed them… Read more »