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How they are born and -how they are looked after.To know NO-thing of reckless = recklessness A brutal regime eating its own children...
Changing CPDM'S Dictorcracy to Democracy, we will harmonize Harmonizing Democracy in Cameroon, and empower our women giving them the rights they deserve to look after their children more better.
The CPDM has failed Cameroon People and children are the the most hard hit in their system.

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Survey: Cameroon tops providers of African sex workers
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According to results of this survey conducted in 2004 in the cities of Bafoussam (west), Bamenda (northeast), Douala (littoral) and Yaounde (centre), 40% of children from age 9 up to 20 are victims of child prostitution.
For this edition, the choice has been made on child prostitution to mobilise Cameroonians from the civil society and break the authorities` silence on this phenomenon, which is tarnishing the image of Cameroon worldwide.
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U.S. Dept of Labor Bureau of International Labor Affairs
INCIDENCE AND NATURE OF CHILD LABOR - According to a 2004 study by the Institute for Socio-Anthropological Research, children who have been trafficked in Cameroon are forced to work in agriculture, domestic service, sweatshops, bars and restaurants and in prostitution. The Ministry of Social Affairs also reports that children of some large rural families are “loaned” to work as domestic servants, vendors, prostitutes or baby sitters in urban areas in exchange for monetary compensation.

Bur of Democracy, Human Rights & Labor - Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - 2005
TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS – In May gendarmes in Yaounde dismantled a prostitution ring which used young boys. The boys were lured into the ring by the prospect of being hired by prestigious soccer clubs in a foreign country. Police arrested three of the organization's five members, who were in detention and awaiting trial at year's end; the other two were still in hiding.
Women and children traditionally have faced the greatest risk of trafficking and have been trafficked most often for the purposes of sexual exploitation and forced labor.  Girls were internally trafficked from the Adamawa, North, Far North, and Northwest provinces to Douala and Yaounde to work as domestic servants, street vendors, or prostitutes.  According to a study by the International Circle for the Promotion of Creation and the Cameroon Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, of 722 young girls between 9 and 20 years old interviewed in the cities of Yaounde, Douala, Bamenda, and Bafoussam, 291 were the victims of sexual exploitation.
Concluding Observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) - 2001
[64] The Committee is concerned about the increasing number of child victims of commercial sexual exploitation, including prostitution and pornography, especially among those engaged in child labor and street children. Concern is also expressed at the insufficient programs for the physical and psychological recovery and social reintegration of children victims of such abuse and exploitation.
Survey: Cameroon tops providers of African sex workers
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According to results of this survey conducted in 2004 in the cities of Bafoussam (west), Bamenda (northeast), Douala (littoral) and Yaounde (centre), 40% of children from age 9 up to 20 are victims of child prostitution.
For this edition, the choice has been made on child prostitution to mobilise Cameroonians from the civil society and break the authorities` silence on this phenomenon, which is tarnishing the image of Cameroon worldwide.

ECPAT: Fifth Report on implementation of the Agenda for Action [DOC]
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[B] COUNTRY UPDATES – CAMEROON – United Action for Children (UAC) is trying to bring all NGOs together to form a network on CSEC. In the area of prevention, UAC has been holding radio talks on CSEC and other child protection issues like HIV/AIDS and teenage pregnancy. Promotion de l’Enfant et de L’Environnement (PEE) has also been carrying out sensitization campaigns on CSEC. In January it organized a workshop in Kribi on the rights of the child, with children participating in debates and giving input on the issues affecting them. Finally, in the area of reintegration and rehabilitation, the government is reported to have established four rehabilitation centers for children in extremely difficult circumstances, and UAC offers counseling services to CSEC victims.
Different Realities, Different Therapies
The issue of sexual assault is known around the world.  In Cameroon, two jurisdictions (or methods) are considered effective in preventing and repressing sexual abuse: the oral jurisdiction (traditional) and the written jurisdiction (the penal code).

A. THE TRADITIONAL JURISDICTION AND ITS POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE INFLUENCES WITHIN THE CULTURE TOWARD THE PREVENTION OF SEXUAL ABUSE - In the name of tradition, the traditional submission of women and the denial of freedom of speech to children have covered up sexual misconduct for a long period of time. The silence assigned to the victims of sexual assault is a prejudice especially felt by children, whom we today recognize as having some rights, such as the right of speech and the right to have an opinion and to expect that this opinion will be respected. Street Children On The Increase In Douala
CRIME WAVE - If the authorities are getting worried about the increase in the number of street children, it is because of the rising crime wave in the city, involving many street children. These children mostly hang out in the busy commercial streets of Akwa during the day and sleep at the corridors of the commercial buildings in the night.
Street children are said to mostly start off as 'pick pockets'. With time, they gain more and more experience, and eventually move into big robbery operations. Most of those who grow to start participating in big banditry operations are said to leave the street for hotels, or put up with women.
The Impact Of Home Background On The Decision Of Children To Run Away: the case of Yaounde City street children in Cameroon
OBJECTIVE: This study sets out to investigate the phenomenon of street children and its relationship to their home background. The project stemmed from the fact that there is an enormous increase of children nowadays roaming the streets. Prevalence, Abuse & Exploitation of Street Children Human Trafficking & Modern-day Slavery Cameroon is a source, transit, and destination country for women and children trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Most victims are children trafficked within the country, with girls primarily trafficked for domestic servitude and sexual exploitation. Both boys and girls are also trafficked within Cameroon for forced labor in sweatshops, bars, restaurants, on tea and cocoa plantations, in mines, and for street vending and possibly for forced begging.
Reports indicate that traditional religious leaders may subject individuals to hereditary slavery practices rooted in ancestral master-slave relationships in some northern chiefdoms.   - U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2009   [full country report]

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Its Now clear that Children has been hit hardest by the generation of Biya and his CPDM regime. Since 1982 no attention has been taken to develop facilities for these young generation which they are growing up innocently in these wild wilderness of development and prosperity stagnation. They are cows with no tails who lacks a means of driving off their flies.The CRP consider it mandatory to brighten the future of these generation.