Country

Cameroon

Crude Awakening

The World Bank-supported Chad-Cameroon oil pipeline has been operational for over six years, but the controversy surrounding the so-called oil for development project has hardly died down.

The 1070 km (670 mile) pipeline transports oil from the Doba fields of southwestern Chad to a marine loading terminal off the Atlantic coast near Cameroon. From one end of the pipeline to the other, project partners raised the hopes and expectations of local populations.

But today, for those who had no real choice or say about the project, the disappointment is profound.

Cameroon: C is for Corruption

Christiane Badgley, for the Pulitzer Center

Fish pond anger

This is an angry man. He's standing in a 4 million CFCA (US$ 9000) fish pond. Well, it was supposed to be a fish pond.

Museum of Current Crises

This lesson plan outlines a project that allows students the opportunity to connect with a contemporary crisis somewhere in the world.