strengthen the sense of solidarity and promote the diverse culture
The Challenge Camerounais e.V. is a registered association based in Hamburg and is usually abbreviated to “CC e.V.”. Our association is political and religiously neutral. He resolutely opposes racist and xenophobic aspirations. Members of the association are also registered as Cameroonian associations in Germany. Working in partnership with public, other non-profit organizations and private stakeholders, in particular extension advisory services, to lighten the cameroonian cultural through sport, cultural, social and event activities in Germany
With a great pleasure and enthusiasm, we encourage not only Cameroonians but people from all over the world to spend the Pentecost weekend in Germany and welcome you to a great time together at our Event.
Various attractions such as trampoline, kids swing, Playstation, football, face painting are planned. A children’s entertainment programm is also offered
At the festival there are many companies with promotion stands. Here they present their products and are happy to answer any questions that are asked.
In an attempt to assist disabled people, the Cameroonian diaspora in Germany wants to be a reference within the community in carrying out social activities.
The BSF is an exchange platform around the topics “social” and “business” within the “Challenge Camerounais”.
The central African country of Cameroon, which is also nicknamed ‘Africa in miniature’ for its ethnic and geographic diversity, has approx. 23 million inhabitants. Its population is composed of around 250 ethnic groups who speak languages from 24 language groups, which puts the country’s ethnic diversity far above the sub-Saharan average. Around 40% of the population each ad here to Christianity and indigenous religions while Muslims account for around 20%. This ethnic diversity characterises the country’s history. It is described as a challenge, on the one hand, because policy-makers need to take local identities and interests into consideration and there is no panCameroonian sentiment or united opposition. Cameroon is both a migration destination – primarily for people from neighbouring countries and a source of emigration, particularly to Europe and primarily France. There is also a dynamic internal migration ﬂow from rural to urban areas. In 2007, the number of Cameroonians living outside the country was estimated at a good 170,000, almost 40,000 of whom were living in France (DRC according toIOM 2009). It is primarily highly qualiﬁed people who leave the country.
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