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« Statistics on the Level of Education of Cameroonian/African Immigrants in the US | Main | Interview : Dibussi Tande on Digital Media & Digital Activism »

April 13, 2010

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Elio

Great interview and images of Cameroon. BW seeing Fritz Ekwoge, the "serial Cameroonian IT entrepreneur" was also a highlight; He is such a little kid - definitely the future of Cameroon. For those who want to know what I am talking about, check out this link:

http://whiteafrican.com/2009/04/09/iyammobi-the-mobile-mobile-phone-directory/

Anike

Access to social,financial capital and other resources are definitely hard to come by in Cameroon, particularly for youth. The good news is that Limbe Labs is providing this opportunity to our young people and leveraging what they bring to the table: enthusiasm, drive and ingenuity. Everyone wins! Great job.

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