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Insecurity and poverty: How can we put an end to this ‘fertile couple’ in...

Central Africa is one of the regions most affected by insecurity in the world. Insecurity manifests itself in a number of ways, the most...

National Status of the Student – Entrepreneur in Cameroon: Impact on Youth Economic Empowerment

Introduction On 6th February 2023, Cameroon officially launched the National Status of the Student–Entrepreneur (SNEE). The program was initiated by the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) to encourage the...

ICT regulations and policies in Cameroon

Introduction Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) or New Information and Communication Technologies (NICTs) combining computer science and telecommunications, have become more widespread in the context...

Eradicating corruption in Cameroon: Case of the Directorate General of Taxation (DGT)

Introduction The fight against corruption is the main focus of Cameroonian public administrations. According to section 134 paragraph 1 of the Cameroon Penal Code, any...

The “resistance” of African states to good Governance

Introduction States are more and more called upon to deal with some ethics in their political, economic, and social actions. The art of governing has...

Pentecostal Pastors and Wealth: Arguing against Church Tax Exemption in Africa

Revisiting the old debate on whether or not churches should pay taxes is interesting in the face of a contemporary twist in how religious...

Witchcraft, the Incivility of Internet Fraudsters, and Imagery of Scammers’ Abused Bodies in Cameroon

Introduction Denying and debunking witchcraft, as some people do, does not mean witchcraft beliefs and practices do not have real world consequences. Anthropologists usually...

Safeguarding Democratic Governance in West Africa: Why ECOWAS Should Not Back Down to Military...

Introduction The transition of many countries in West Africa to democratic rule in the early 1990s not only brought an end to several years of...

Urban Waste Crisis: Which policy for managing household solid and similar waste in Yaounde?

Context Urban policy includes the management of waste in cities (1). It demonstrates the capacity of local authorities to manage waste from households and industries...

Strengthening Dialogue Between Taxation Authorities and Tax Payers: A Critical Analysis Based on the...

The 2023 finance law, much like its predecessors, relies on a robust logic of optimizing government tax and non-tax revenue to compensate for losses...

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Of Power, Privilege, and Gender: Men need to Reflect on their Unearned Advantages in...

At the root of this essay is the question of male power and privilege. Power is a social construction that does not name itself...

The role of think tanks in strengthening democratic institutions in Central Africa

The idea that rulers are required to think highly in their public affairs management strategy dates back to Plato since ancient Greece. He also...

The Failure of Large-Scale Land Acquisition in the Land Governance in Cameroon

INTRODUCTION​ Land policies are of crucial importance in the development strategies of States because they deal with essential issues: the definition of property rights over...

Insecurity and poverty: How can we put an end to this ‘fertile couple’ in...

Central Africa is one of the regions most affected by insecurity in the world. Insecurity manifests itself in a number of ways, the most...

Increasing access to cancer therapies: A window of hope for overcoming the disease in...

Introduction The increasing burden of cancer in Africa has become a significant public health concern, with the region experiencing a growing crisis in cancer incidence...

Matters arising from the lack of comprehensive sexuality education in Africa

Introduction Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) remains a sensitive topic in most parts of the world as parents, teachers, religious leaders, politicians and human rights defenders...