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6410 (CAM27): Mt Cameroon, NW of Buea, mountain rainforest of the lower mountain zone with interspersed small cultures of Guinea Yam, manioc, corn and bananas; Prov.
Beginning in 1884, all of present-day Cameroon and parts of several of its neighbors became the German colony of Kamerun, with a capital first at Duala (Douala) and later Buea and then Jaunde (present day Yaounde).
The existence of four football schools in Buea, Douala, Maroua and Yaounde has undoubtedly contributed to the development and progress of Cameroon's football.
Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, Faculty of Science, University of Buea, Cameroon
The convenience sample consisted of 36 women who resided in seven rural villages that lay on the outskirts of Buea (Bokwango, Bokova, Bwasa, Bolifamba, Muea, Bova, and Bonakanda) with populations roughly between 250-8,000.
Kate Allen RN; MSc, PGCE(A), BSc, Lecturer (Critical Care)/Placements Officer, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Health, University of East Anglia, UK; Honorary Lecturer, University of Buea, Cameroon and Higher Institute of Applied Medical Sciences, Cameroon.
From Mutengene, the terrain gradually elevates to an altitude of 800-1200 m in Buea town, the highest altitude occupied by populations.
Labelled samples were transported on ice in a cool box to the University of Buea malaria research laboratory for further analyses.
At the university level, the proportion of females ranges from a minimum of 26% in the University of Ngoundere to a maximum of 42% in the University of Buea.
literature, drama and critical theory at the University of Buea,
Birmingham is a sharp contrast to Buea, a town in the southern part of his native country.
Organiser Sheila Moon said the money raised would help fund five pupils at Buea School in the Bamako area of the Cameroon for a year.