"Hi Dogo! Thanks, I am doing great. Yes I remember now that Cameroon has had two colonial masters: the French and the British and certainly therefore two legal systems. I think you have a wider perspective because you are not just limited to one…"
I am very impressed with your CV. I notice that you and I share one thing in common (among many others): we are all magistrates! Even though the legal systems of Cameroon and Zambia differ, basically we belong to the same…"
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I studied law and political sciences at the University and also proceeded to practice as a sollicitor,during my practice i joined the Cameroon National Cordination for the abolition of the death penalty in Cameroon,and presently am a magistrate and deal on human relations on a daily basis. Together with members of Association for the Improvement of Living Standards (ASILIS) we are probing into opportunities of improving on the conditions of living of persons in the most underserved localities in our communities.
We believe through Peace and Collaborative Development mat just be a leeway to us having the right funders to enable us meet our dreams in our communities.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
ASILIS operates in the North West Region and we have expertise in social relations advancement and conflict managements. Provision of medical and health assistance to hospitals and health centres, provision of electricity to villages, organization of football tournaments during which youths are sensitized on HIV/AIDS and the neccesity of peace and development in our community, Sponsoring of the National youth council's forum on youth participation in the management of our communities and elections.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Magistrate-State Prosecutor in the Cameroon Courts
How many years professional experience do you have ?
Which Languages do you speak Proficiently? (note we can not list all languages, only some major world languages or ones related to conflict regions)
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Agriculture, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Business, Civil Society, Conflict Mainstreaming, Conflict Resolution, Culture, Democratization, Development, Dialogue, Diplomacy, Education, Environment, Facilitation, Gender, Health, Human Rights, Interfaith, Information and Communication Technology, Humanitarian Relief, Land Issues, Natural Resources, Nonviolence, Organizational Development, Peacebuilding, Peacekeeping, Policing, Psychosocial, Rule of Law, Security, Social Entreprenuership, Sports for Development, Transparency, Violence Prevention, Youth
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Budgeting, Capacity Building, Communication, Curriculum Development, Evaluation, Fundraising, Information Technology, Monitoring, Program Administration, Program Design, Program Implemenation, Research, Qualitative Skills, Quantitative Skills, Training
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Hi Dogo! Thanks, I am doing great. Yes I remember now that Cameroon has had two colonial masters: the French and the British and certainly therefore two legal systems. I think you have a wider perspective because you are not just limited to one legal system because each legal system has something good to offer. Even here in Zambia, most judges are now 'importing' some Roman-Ducth jurisprudence to arrive in areas where common law is seen to be too rigid or inadequate. I lived with two Cameroonians in Rome when I studied at the Gregorian University. I think one of them must be a Catholic priest now. I have great respect for your country and the hardworking spirit of Cameroonians.
I am very impressed with your CV. I notice that you and I share one thing in common (among many others): we are all magistrates! Even though the legal systems of Cameroon and Zambia differ, basically we belong to the same profession and we are all Africans sharing the same aspiration: to make our continent a better place. Let us keep in touch and I wish to assure you that I have accepted your invitation to become your friend.
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