Social media health report / Cohorte 6 Ngaoundéré

Coupable de changement d’itinéraire : affaire des Bororo en transit à Ngan-ha Introduction Le 14 avril 2022, la toile se réveille avec une histoire des plus rocambolesques.  l’observateur Djafsia Tara, L’influenceur présente des clichés de la situation préoccupante de la famille des bergers arrêtée et relate l’histoire (en guise de rappel) des bergers en transhumance […]

Social Media Impact on Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy, in Cameroon

Cameroon confirmed its first case of Coronavirus case on the 24th of February 2020. Health officials immediately took measures to contain the spread of the virus, but it wasn’t enough due to poor government strategies and a defiant population that failed to respect measures. This led to a second phase in March 2020, which saw the […]

How Social Media Campaigns Facilitated the Release of Kidnapped Journalists in NW, SW Regions

Since October 2016, Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions have been plagued with a crisis that has degenerated into an armed conflict. Strike actions to call the government’s attention to specific demands attracted severe military crackdowns resulting in an armed conflict. Such suppression resulted in the radicalisation of some youths who picked up arms as the best […]