With a population of 400,000 habitants, the regional capital sits at the end of the train line to Yaounde and links North and South Cameroon. Named after Mount Ngaoundéré , the city comprises of both Muslim and Christian populations. Interestingly enough, there is also a Norwegian population (thanks to a Norwegian mission) along with a handful of Peace Corps Volunteers!
University of Ngaoundéré
Lamido Palace and Lamido Grand Mosque
The Petite Marché
Each Peace Corps experience is different and I'm looking forward to living and working in the heart of "The Land of Milk and Honey!"