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The American Association of Cameroonians (AMACAM) is a

voluntary Association of the Professional Corps of Cameroonians

in the United States of America.



AMACAM came about as a result of the professional growth of

Cameroonians in the United States as well as the need to identify and

encourage engagement of indigenous Cameroonian resources toward participatory,

self-reliant development. The Association was formally seeded in Washington D.C.

on Friday, August 10th, 2001 and launched on
Saturday, June 21st 2003 in Silver Spring, Maryland.



The vision of AMACAM is to:



- To develop friendly relations among Cameroonians the basis

of which is respect of each other as a people with equal

rights, and to take appropriate measures to enhance our rights.

- To enhance and empower our development as a people in the

USA and in our country of origin Cameroon in all aspects of

economy, culture, social, academic or otherwise in

co-operation with our host country, the United States of

America

- To be an encompassing Cameroon Association to accentuate

these tenets that binds us as a people.



President - Mr. Augustin Agbor,
Vice-President - Mrs. Mase Tabe nee Agboraw,
Secretary General - Mr. Kenneth Ndeh,
Asst. Sec. General - Dr. Lucie Ngongbo,
Publicity & Organizing Sec. - Mr. Alfred Dasi,
Asst. Publicity & Organizing Sec. - Mr. Roland Tabala,
Treasurer - Mr. Bernard Ndah Somdah,
Financial Secretary - Mr. William Fru,
Cultural Secretary - Mr. Joel Kalle,
Asst. Cultural Secretary - Rev. Samuel Tabufor.

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  • 222
  • Cameroon
  • Aug 15, 2001
  • English

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