: : Le Pr KAM YOGO Emmanuel, Maitre de Conférences à l'Université de Douala, nommé Professeur associé à la Faculté de droit de l'Université Laval au Canada : : L'Institut des Sciences Halieutiques (ISH) de l'Université de Douala à Yabassi honoré à travers l'un de ses étudiants, M. Herman NDJOKO, pour sa star-up "Energy for all-Co", spécialisée dans la production de l'énergie tant biologique que renouvelable




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  • Pr. Njikam Savage O.M.
  • M.C.
  1. Njikam née Savage O.M. , Artificial donor insemination in Yaoundé : some sociocultural considerations, Social science and medicine, vol. 35, n°7, pp 907-914, 1992.
  2. Anyangwe S., Njikam Savage O.M., Kouemeni L., Awa P. and Wansi E, Gender issues in the control and prevention of malaria and urinary schistosomiasis in endemic Foci in Cameroon. Gender, health and sustainable Development, IDRC, Canada, 1993.
  3. Njikam née Savage O.M. The management of maternal services in Africa: the socio-economic and cultural environnement in B.T. Nasah, J.K.G. Mati and J.M. Kasonde (Eds). Contemporary issues in maternal health care in Africa, pp 11-26, Harvard academic Publishers, Reading, U.K., 1994.
  4. Njikam née Savage O.M., Secrecy still the best policy : donor insemination in Cameroon. Politics and life sciences, 14(1), pp87-88, Feb. 1995.
  5. Njikam née Savage O.M., Children of the rape and other aspect of pregnancy loss in Cameroon in R. Cecil (ed) the Anthropology of pregnancy : comparative studies in miscarriage, stillbirth and prenatal death, Oxford: Berg publishers Limited, chap. 5, pp 95-109, 1996.
  6. Njikam née Savage O.M., and Tchombe T.M., Anthropological perspective on sexual behaviour in Africa. Annual Review of sex research, vol. 5, pp 50-72, 1994.
  7. Njikam née Savage O.M., Adolescent’s beliefs and perception towards sexuality in urban Cameroon in sexuality and reproductive health during adolescence in Africa: with special reference to Cameroon, University of Ottawa press, chap. 4, pp77-90, 1998.
  8. Njikam née Savage O.M., Risky, sexual behaviour, sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS and health promotion among students in University of Douala. African population studies, vol. 21, N°1, pp53—67, April 2005.
  9. Njikam née Savage O.M., Gender, socio-economic status, self-rated health and the quality of life among the elderly in Cameroon. In V. Nga Ndongo, E. Kamdem (Eds). La sociologie aujourd’hui: une perspective africaine. 367-376 , l’Harmattan, 2010.
  10. Njikam née Savage O.M., Living with HIV/AIDS in Douala-Cameron : problems, challenges, aspirations and coping strategies. Mutibe, annals of the Faculty of letters and social sciences, University of Douala. 2010.

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