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Business in Ngaoundéré, Vina, Cameroon

Foreign Trade in Ngaoundéré (Vina, Adamawa, Cameroon, Business)

Ngaoundéré (Urban community of Ngaoundéré, Bamileke country) is the capital of the Adamawa region of Cameroon (Central Africa)

  1. Population of Ngaoundéré: 190,000 inhabitants
  2. Ngaoundéré is an important regional trade hub and a Road Transport axis (a link between the southern and northern Cameroon)
  3. The main economic activities in Ngaoundéré are dairy industry, cattle and corn oil (Maïscam)
  4. The largest ethnic group in Ngaoundéré are Fula
    1. Fula of Ngaoundéré are from the Adamawa State (Nigeria)
    2. Fula Empire of Sokoto (North of Nigeria). Usman dan Fodio
    3. The autochthonous ethnic group of Ngaoundéré were the M'boum
  5. The most spoken languages in Ngaoundéré are French and Fula (Peuls)
  6. The main religions in Ngaoundéré are Islam (60%) and Christianity (Catholicism)
    1. Mosque of Ngaoundéré
    2. Notre Dame Cathedral of the Apostles of Ngaoundéré

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  1. Significant immigration from the Central African Republic
  2. Ngao = Mountain in M'boum language
  3. Cameroonian Region: Adamawa (Adamaoua in French, capital)
  4. Cameroonian Department: Vina (capital)
  5. Situation of Ngaoundéré: Adamawa plateau
  6. Archaeological site: Mabimi
  7. Boko Haram terrorist attacks

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Adamawa Region (Cameroon)

The capital of the Adamawa region (the Cameroonian water castle) is Ngaoundéré

  1. Population of the Adamawa region of Cameroon: 1.2 million inhabitants
  2. Area of the Adamawa region: 63,701 km² (the third of Cameroon)
  3. Main ethnicities of the Adamawa region are Fula
    1. Minorities: Tikar and Gbaya
  4. The Adamawa region is francophone.
  5. Main local languages are Bantu languages
    1. Adamawa Languages
  6. Main religion of the Adamawa region is Islam
  7. The main economic activity of the Adamawa region is livestock (zebus), controlled by Fula
  8. Factory of Tanning and Peeling Society of Cameroon (STPC)

Borders of the Adamawa region:

  1. Nigeria: Adamawa and Taraba
  2. Central African Republic: Ouham-Pendé and Nana-Mambéré

Contiguous regions: North, East and Centre

Departments of the Adamawa region of Cameroon (capital):

  1. Djérem (Tibati)
  2. Faro-y-Déo (Tignère)
  3. Mayo-Banyo (Banyo)
  4. Mbéré (Meiganga)
  5. Vina (Ngaoundéré)

Vina department (Cameroon)

  1. The Vina department is in the Adamawa region of Cameroon.
  2. The capital of the Vina department is Ngaoundéré
  3. Population of the Vina department: 0.2 million inhabitants

Transport and Logistics in Ngaoundéré (Cameroon)

Ngaoundéré is a crucial Cameroonian road transport hub (link between southern and northern Cameroon)

Railway: Nkongsamba, Yaoundé, Douala, Bélabo and Ngaoundéré.

Paved road Ngaoundéré-Chad (Ngaoundéré - Touboro - Moundou): 393 kilometres

Distances from Ngaoundéré to:

Port of Douala (Cameroon). Access to the Central African Republic and Chad

  1. Douala: 930 kilometres (16 hours)
  2. Yaoundé: 853 kilometres (12 hours)
  3. Bamenda: 645 kilometres (12 hours)
  4. Garoua: 276 kilometres (5 hours)
  5. Marua: 482 kilometres (8.30 hours)

Ngaoundéré Airport

Higher Education in Ngaoundéré (Cameroon)

  1. University of Ngaoundéré

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