The market Bamenda

The market Bamenda, one of the most important cities of Northwest Cameroon, it’s one of the largest. Streets and alleys full of all kinds of goods of that day were of this pleasant town a meeting of people, fun and very lively! One of those streets whose pavement turn to mud in the rainy season, and dust in the dry season, was full of hairdressers. It is hilarious to see them all under a wooden roof, with its chairs, serving clients in the middle of the row that caused themselves with laughter and conversations.

Bamenda’s Dreamland Restaurant

Bamenda’s Dreamland doesn’t look like much from the outside, but inside it’s a well-set-out establishment with a large menu. There’s a daily lunchtime buffet (CFA3500 per person) and a choice of grills, salads, fish and soups the rest of the time.

Bamenda Handicrafts

Bamenda Handicrafts works to enhance and encourage the cultural heritage of the Northwest Province of Cameroon through quality craft production. Bamenda seeks to improve the living standards of artisans, to facilitate marketing and promotion of Cameroonian crafts and to provide employment to school graduates. Bamenda Handicrafts also fights against child labor and gender discrimination. In one of their major initiatives, Bamenda manages a reforestation project in order to ensure a sustainable supply of wood for the handicraft industry. In addition, the project prevents the deterioration of water catchment and provides an environment for bee keeping, another income generation activity. Ten Thousand Villages began purchasing from Bamenda Handicrafts in 2008.