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Address1513, Rue 1828
Bastos-Ekoudou
Yaoundé
Cameroon
Phonelocal: 2220.6202
international: +237.2220.6202
Faxlocal: 2220.6203
international: +237.2220.6203

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SAKWE MASUMBE
Sun, 23 Mar 2014 10:11 EDT
JET-CAMEROON COOPERATION
Please, I write to inquire whether Cameroon is a participating country in the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (JET).
ambe gilbert ntebe
Sat, 1 Mar 2014 13:03 EST
looking for a job
good day sir/ma I am a Cameroonian by nationality leaving in south africa I specialize in refrigeration and air conditional installation and maintenance. I will like you to help me to look for a job in your country.contact number 0027739695017 email nyamiscotez@yahoo.com thank for your time
Ndula Frankline Keming
Wed, 12 Feb 2014 07:20 EST
SPONSORSHIP IN JAPAN
SIR,
i am a graduate from the University of
Dschang,Cameroon.BSc,CHEMISTRY.I AM CURRENTLY CARRYING ON RESEARCH IN MASTERS TWO AND I SPECIALIZE ON COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY.PLEASE SIR,I NEED SPONSORSHIP TO FURTHER MY RESEARCH IN THIS FIELD OF STUDY AND TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY IN YOUR COUNTRY.THANKS FOR YOUR COOPERATION.E-mail:franklinendula@gmail.com
Mr. Ngwa Forteh Christopher
Tue, 11 Feb 2014 16:11 EST
Industrial Fishing Partnership Opportunity in Cameroon
I have already had an industrial fishing license to fish in Cameroon.
I am inviting owners of fishing trawlers to join me in investing in this lucrative venture with me in Cameroon. If this offer interests you please contact me. Tel.237 74805355 email. chis_nforteh@yahoo.com
EGBE Michael
Tue, 14 Jan 2014 04:05 EST
In search for a Japanese scholarship
Good day Sir,
I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Banking and Finance and aspire to further my studies in this or related fields of study in your country. I therefore wish to inquire about possible/availoable scholarships in line with my field of study. You may forward the links to eaddress8@gmail.com. I count on your understanding and cooperation.
Martin Etone
Tue, 3 Dec 2013 03:57 EST
Request for the small grants application form
Dear Sir,

Kindly send us a copy of your small grants application form, MS-word version. you can reach us via communityactionfordevelopment@yahoo.com
TCHAMI NFADA LIONEL
Wed, 27 Nov 2013 13:26 EST
AN INQUIRY ON SCHOLARSHIP
I AM A HOLDER OF A BACHELOR DEGREE AND WILL LIKE TO INQUIRE IF THERE IS AT THIS MOMENT, ANY SCHOLARSHIP FOR JAPAN, BE THEY SULL SCHOLARSHIPS OR HALF OR ANY OTHER. MY EMAIL IS tchami_lionel@yahoo.com
ASSAM
Sun, 17 Nov 2013 13:29 EST
FINDING A JOB IN JAPAN
Dear sir,
i would like to find out information regarding the obtention of a visa and work permit to work in your country. I am a procurement and supply chain management specialist. sir, here's my email adress: franc715@yahoo.fr. Pls forward to me the neccessary requirement.
thanks
Itoe Francis Ebongue
Fri, 15 Nov 2013 21:24 EST
Initiation and Reinforcing Health Clubs in Secondary and High Schools in Meme Division - South West Region, Cameroon
Dear Sir,

We are delighted to contact your office to submit our interest to Partner with you on our Health Promotion Projects in Meme Division, South West Region of Cameroon.

Natural Initiative for Voluntary Blood Donation is a non profit, non political and non governmental organization with official legalized status since 2002 working in the improvement of voluntary blood donation, fight against HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis.

We are currently running a project on voluntary blood donation with the youths as target population. In this project, we have associated the first ten most populated private secondary and high schools in Kumba, Meme Division, South West Region of Cameroon and we are to initiate health clubs in this schools. This project is being partnered by the Kumba Government District Hospital, EJED Medical Foundation Kumba, HOPE PARMA Hospital Kumba and the OCEAN CITY Radio in Kumba. This partnership is based on technical support of staff in our campaigns.

We are therefore requesting the Japanese Embassy to provide us information on some funds that can be used to finance some aspects like essential drugs to these schools First Aid Assistance and the community.

We shall appreciate your response Sir to our request through our contacts below and for more information:

BP. 112 Buea, South West Region - Cameroon.
Tel. +237 51 13 88 83
Email. blooddonorno1@hotmail.com
sasinee
Tue, 5 Nov 2013 13:47 EST
Making a new ID and passport
Hello Sir/Madam
My Husband has gone to Cameroon to make his new passport and new ID card and i have already spoke to the officer before the process has started. They said it will take only 14 days to make the passport and cost around 400$. But after the process has started it turn out totally different. Now they said to make the passport usually take 2 months and if i want it to be done within 14 days i have to pay extra another 400$ which is seem not right. Can somebody please tell me if the process is really like this what is it exactly?

Best Regard
Sasinee

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