Mendong is a neighbourhood in Yaoundé, the capital of Cameroon. Less than 10 years ago it was situated on the periphery of the city and constituted a zone populated by citizens who could not afford to live in housing near the centre, and by large numbers of migrants from rural areas. This neighbourhood is now the nerve centre for many...
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