A bulletin that discusses the fight against poverty and hunger and how the inequalities have caused the many conflicts that erupt in Cameroon. This bulletin discusses Cameroon’s role in addressing poverty and hunger.
The World Bank estimates that poverty affects 35% of the world population, meaning about 2.2 billion individuals. In 2015, poverty affected 41% of subSaharan Africans about 413 million people. In the narrow sense, poverty refers to a situation in which a person or a group of persons do not have access to sufficient food quantity, drinking water, clothing, shelter and healthcare when sick.