Kouam Joël Honoré is a journalist based in Douala, Littoral, Cameroun.Since 7 years now i am a young passionate in video journalism ans story telling. Passionate by videojournalism and photography i have my own material. I Am available for any request every where in the country. I use to work in freelance. I worked this year in collaboration with Associated Press, Africanews/Euronews, Ruptly, Global Africa Press,Juka africa, Aljazeera English Tv and BBC News Africa. I do shoot, edit and send all kind of packages including News, features, breaking, documentary, interviews. I have a Panasonic Full HD HPV 100 a Panasonic AG-Ux 90 4k, a Panasonic Lumix DMC G7 4k and a Panasonic Lumix DMC G85 4k.
Africa Locdown Dilema during Covid, i shoot Cameroon part
Cameroon Mass testing during Coronavirus
Cameroon ease restrictions on Covid19
Après des études en Italie, Bolivie Wakam, jeune ingénieur en énergies renouvelable a lancé un programme de formation en emballage, montage et entretien de plaques solaires destiné aux jeunes à Batoufam à l’Ouest du Cameroun.
Moviegoers made their way to a cinema in Cameroon's second largest city, Douala last week, for the premiere of the country's first ever animated feature film, Minga and the broken spoon. The animation, made with an all-Cameroonian crew is based on a popular children's book and tells the story of Minga, a young orphan who is chased form her family home, by her stepmother after breaking a spoon. Written by two professors, Charles Binam Bikoi and Emmanuel Soundjack, back in the 70s, the book has been read by many generations over the years and was even included in the school curriculum. The film attracted many who were are also excited to see the animation make cinema history in the country.
Garbage pile up in Douala, where the company in charge of collecting carbage refuse to accomplish duty
Cameroon’s coffee festival Cameroonians don’t drink a lot of coffee, according to official statistics but the country does claim to make some of the world’s best grains. To increase consumption and boost sales, coffee growers now want the government to introduce regular coffee hours for civil servants. That’s one of many ideas the industry promoted during this year’s International Festival of Cameroonian Coffee; Jean-David Mihamle and Elvis Boh went in search of a good cup.
Two dead in clashes in Cameroon's anglophone region [no comment] 08/12 - 11:24 At least two people were killed in clashes between police and protesters from Cameroon’s English-speaking minority in the country’s northwest on Thursday
Cameroonian are fearing boko haram bombs attack in capital since start in far north region
To avoid Boko haram spread women in Foumban in western région use to sensitize children and other on the wearing Of hijeab