Showing posts from July, 2018

A good meal ought to start with hunger

In a world of abundant wealth and resources, where enough food is produced to feed everyone on the planet, it is unacceptable that hundreds of millions of people suffer from hunger. Right now, poverty, conflict, and climate change are contributing to hunger and suffering around the world. And in four countries – South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, and northeastern Nigeria – 20 million people are facing severe food insecurity and looming famine. The United Nations and its agencies including the World Food Programme (WFP), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and the International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD) are working to reduce hunger by getting emergency food supplies to families in crisis, improving agricultural and food production, building resilience in communities, and other steps vital to eliminating hunger and malnutrition. The good news is that the UN, along with the work of governments, businesses, civil society, and other partners, has made gains in the fi

Solutions to Cameroon Anglophone problem

First of all, it is important to diagnose fairly the rather harmful impact of this crisis. Even if the crisis from a geographical point of view is directly felt in the North-West and South-West, there are Cameroonians in all the other regions of the country who identify with the grievances posed by the nationals of these two regions. Other compatriots sympathise because they are equally not happy with their living conditions even if the historical foundations differ from each other. In addition, it is necessary to take account of the brothers and sisters working outside the national territory, scattered around the world, who also express their disapproval of the management of this crisis, and are worried about how it’s dragging on. Everyone would like an equitable and lasting solution to be found, and as soon as possible. So my approach would have been to proceed in five steps: 1) To re-establish political will and a commitment to dialogue on the part of those who up to now

He is the law

Chief Justice Ayah Paul Abine remains the only Cameroon that has stood in ground against injustice in Cameroon. The Attorney general was arrested along side on the prominent layers and teachers, detainedand later release have through his foundation, THE AYAH FOUNDATION  remain the only organization that is taking great care of the Cameroonian refugees both in Nigeria and the internally displaced persons in Cameroon. Thought forcefully retired he through his young dynamic son Ayah Ayah Abine have dedicated their lives, their fortune, their time and energy in sErving the oppressed. The Ayah Foundation provides food, shelter, clothings, medical assistance and many more to the Cameroonian in varied conditions or if you are a medical doctor, contact the Ayah Foundation and volunteer in consulting the oppress. The question, how long will the Ayah Foundation sustain the increasing needs of the people. Are you sleeping in a comfortable bed? Do you have enough food to eat? Do you wal