Cultural insights: Cameroon is known as "Afrique en miniature." The country bears a rich cultural heritage that stretches over ten provinces.
Once discovered by Portuguese explorers led by Fernando Pô in 1472, its colonial history is a canvas of Africa's colonial history and the quest for independence from France, Portugal, Great Britain, and Germany. Its geographical features mirror the landscape across Africa from the North to the South, from West to East. Over 200 Cameroonian languages interact with English, French, and Pidgin daily. Its language richness mimics the complexity of the various dishes and flavors around the country. The breaths of its population can fuse cheering a soccer game like butter melting on bread even as the country still struggles to hold on to the beacon of freedom and unity its national anthem proclaims. Sound interesting, right?
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Esperance Ciss "Hope" is a writer, and Healthy Living Lifestyle Advocate who speaks French, English, Spanish, and two other African languages: Ghomala and Yemba.
A native of Cameroon, she earned her Bilingual Degree (French/English) from the University of Yaoundé 1, Cameroon (1995). She attended Black Hawk College in Moline, USA, where she graduated from the nursing program (LPN and RN). She received an Associate Degree in Nursing (2009).
Since graduating from the Nursing program in 2009, Esperance (Hope) has continually sought ways to apply evidenced-health information to improve her lifestyle.