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    MENOUA-BAMBOUTOS ASSOCIATION

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The MEBAM in Austin-Texas is made of natives, relatives and fellows of the Menoua and Bamboutos Division (Western Province, Republic of Cameroon) living in the United States of America.

We aimed at bringing together all those who identify themselves with the Menoua and Bamboutos Division. We meet on a monthly basis to share life experiences and opportunities in order to forge our cultural heritage. In addition, mutual assistance and other forms of social interactions are an intrinsic part of our philosophy.

Should you be currently living in Austin-Texas and have some ties with the Menoua or Bamboutos Division, we invite you to join MEBAM. Joining MEBAM is a conscious and life time decision that will provide substantial returns in the long run. By joining MEBAM, you have direct access to a group of talented and committed individuals; this in turn opens the door to an unlimited series of networking opportunities and intertemporal social, development, and investment plans.

Your fellow sisters and brothers from the Menoua and Bamboutos Division are just one click away from you. Join today and be part of the growing Menoua and Bamboutos diaspora in Austin. Be an Ambassador of Dschang or Mbouda, historical sites of knowledge and blessed cities that have the most to offer in Cameroon.

Menoua

Menoua is a department of West Province in Cameroon. The department covers an area of 1,380 km² and as of 2001 had a total population of 372,244.The capital of the department lies at Dschang. The department is divided administratively into 7 communes and in turn into villages.

Bamboutos

Bamboutos is a department of West Province in Cameroon. The department covers an area of 1,173 km² and as of 2001 had a total population of 318,848.The capital of the department lies at Mbouda. The department is divided administratively into 4 communes and in turn into villages.

West Cameroon

Bafoussam is the capital of the West Region of Cameroon, in the Bamboutos Mountains. It is the prefecture of the Mifi department, one of three arrondissements in the department. The city had a population of 239,287 inhabitants (at the 2005 Census). The city is the region's center of trade.