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Challenges due to COVID-19 in Cameroon in "Africa during the COVID-19 pandemic. Social, cultural, economic and political aspects"

Challenges due to COVID-19 in Cameroon in "Africa during the COVID-19 pandemic. Social, cultural, economic and political aspects"

Posted on 2022-07-09 11:53:44 / by Ngenge Ransom Tanyu

Abstract


Cameroon’s political, economic and social landscapes have been fundamentally altered by the emerging worldwide coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). This chapter examines the political, economic and social issues posed by COVID-19 in Cameroon using data gathered from primarily government, international governmental and non-governmental organisations’ databases, and news channels. The chapter makes comparisons across social, economic and political trajectories in order to comprehend variations in COVID-19 figures collected from various databases and to shed light on lapses in the conception, constraint and implementation of response strategies and restrictive measures, particularly in light of Cameroonian citizens’ lack of trust in government institutions.


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Ngenge Ransom Tanyu
Ngenge Ransom Tanyu
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Ransom Tanyu is a second year Ph.D. student at the Pedagogical University of Kraków. His research focuses on higher education policy formulation and implementation in Africa. He started AOPL as part of the implementation of his Ph.D. project. He previously studied political science and history at the University of Buea, public administration at The University of Bergen and international security management at the Berlin School of Economics and Law.

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