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Ngaoundéré

 

a city in northern Cameroon, in Northern Province. Population, 15,000 (1970). Ngaoundéré is an important commercial and transportation center; it is the northern terminus of the portion of the Trans-Cameroon Railroad that was completed in 1974. The city is the center of a livestock-raising region and has a refrigerated slaughterhouse and a steam power plant. The Minim-Martap bauxite deposit is located 120 km southwest of Ngaoundéré; its general reserves, according to preliminary data, equal 1 billion tons (1970).

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Two other centers were added later: Ngaoundere in 1982, and Buea in 1985 (Ndjodo & Onana, 2012).
Between 600g to 2000g of each leafy vegetable were randomly obtained from 3 different farms in Ngaoundere early in the morning (temperatures between 11 and 15[degrees]C), and within an hour, transported in open baskets to the Biochemistry laboratory at the University of Ngaoundere for preparation and subsequent analysis.
7% in Douala and Bertoua, respectively, and as low as 2% in Maroua and Ngaoundere (Fig.
Estimates for Ngaoundere (Adamawa Region) are based on the assumption that consumption per inhabitant is similar to that of Garoua, it is the same for secondary towns of the Adamawa where per inhabitant consumption is comparable to that of secondary towns of the North region.
1) Department of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Ngaoundere, Ngaoundere, Cameroon.
In the town of Ngaoundere, in the north, the degree of speculation was such in 2011 that Laking shops ran out of stock; meanwhile, on the black market, lengths of cloth were going for 10,000 CFA.
2] University of Ngaoundere, National School of AgroIndustrial Sciences, Department of Food Science and Nutrition, PO Box 455, Ngaoundere, Adamaoua, Cameroon.
The SFD has also contributed to the realization of important projects like the Douala-Yaounde main road, the Eseka Maloume Railway, the University of Ngaoundere and wheat culture.
Amity (Dostluk) ynternational College has five campuses, two in the capital city of Yaounde, another two in Ngaoundere, and one in Douala, which provide a high school education and have helped young Cameroonians bring in scores of international awards.