YALI project fights corruption in Cameroon

The public affairs section at Embassy Yaoundé and Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) alumni launched an “Anti-Corruption Tour” project at a Yaoundé school with a high percentage of students internally displaced by the crisis in the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon. Funded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and implemented by the Mandela Washington Fellows Alumni Association, the Anti-Corruption Tour project encourages Cameroonian youth to identify and speak out against corruption. The project is currently underway in seven of the country’s 10 regions. Public Affairs Officer Ethan Tabor (right) and 2018 Mandela Washington Fellow Aehshatou Manu (center) give anti-corruption manuals to the president of the school’s newly created YALI Civic Club.

Photo by Embassy Yaoundé

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