Cameroon is a relatively stable agriculture-based country on the west side of Africa.
After World War II the League of Nations split Cameroon between the British and the French and in 1960 French Cameroon became an independent republic. One year later, the southern part of British Cameroon voted for unification with the Republic of Cameroon.
Cameroon has one of the best education systems in Africa, and close to a 80% literacy rate.
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