Evolution and growth of urban centres in the North-West Province (Cameroon)

case studies, Bamenda, Kumbo, Mbengwi, Nkambe, Wum by Christopher M. Awambeng

Publisher: P. Lang in Bern, New York

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  • Cameroon,
  • North-West Province

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  • Cities and towns -- Cameroon -- North-West Province -- Growth -- Case studies.,
  • Urbanization -- Cameroon -- North-West Province -- Case studies.

Edition Notes

StatementChristopher M. Awambeng.
SeriesEuropean University Studies. Reihe IV, Geography ;, Bd 10 =, Publications universitaires européennes. Série IV, Géographie, Europäische Hochschulschriften., Bd. 10.
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LC ClassificationsHT384.C172 N673 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 129 p. :
Number of Pages129
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Open LibraryOL1306059M
ISBN 103261044012
LC Control Number92173842

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Preliminary observations on ticks and tick-borne diseases in the north west province of Cameroon. I. Babesiosis and anaplasmosis. Revue d'Elevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des . The provincial urban growth rate is %, higher than the national average of %, while the rural growth rate, at %, is equal to the national rate. In , according to the Statistical Provincial Services of the North-West Province, the population of the province is young, with over 62% of its residents being less than 20 years old. It is administratively divided into 10 provinces covering five agro ecological zones. The cattle population stands at 6 million heads. Over 90% of the estimated cattle number is to be found in four provinces, the Far North, the North, the Adamaoua and the North West Province (Kameni et al ).

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Roman life in North Africa was heavily concentrated around urban centers—by the end of the second century, there was upwards of six million people living in Roman North African provinces, a third of those living in the or so cities and towns which had developed.Case studies from the North-West Province, South Africa Conclusions References Plant material for urban landscapes in the era of globalization: roots, challenges and innovative solutions Maria Ignatieva.

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