CULTURE PROGRAMME

Publications

 

 

Ndeloh Denis recorded traditional totemic beliefs in the Bechati Forest area of Lebialem, Western Cameroon. His on-going research seeks to understand the influence of such indigenous knowledge in traditional and modern Cameroon society, and how it can be used to strengthen education work.

click here to download an article on Bechati belief systems

 

Pullorama est un cahier, une étude consacré à la connaissance du monde peul, la culture et l'organisation socio-politique. Un production du Cercle D'Etudes et de Reflexion sur la Culture Peule.

This 75 page booklet is available from CERCP, BP 11436, Yaoundé - CAMEROUN

 

 

Men, women, families and sexuality in the Widekum tribe - 'the way in which young people today interact, explore and express their sexuality troubles us of the older generation, ... it has caused me to reflect and write about the culture in which I grew up, on a subject that is instinctively to me, one kept in the background ....' John Menget writes about traditional life and ways in the Moghamo clan of NW Cameroon.

A 33 page booklet, available from info@unafas.org

 

 

Our Lady of Bamenda Abbey : it's architects and the Nigerian connection. A detailed and fascinating 251 pages in which Brother Gabriel Dze Tegha traces the history of the Cistercian community that has been his home for 20 years.

Available from info@unafas.org and BP 101, Bamenda, NWP Cameroon.

 


 


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