Laquintinie Hospital, located in the Akwa district of Douala, was founded in 1931 under the French administration. It was originally reserved for indigenous patients1, who were then banned from accessing the general hospital in Douala (Hôpital Nachtigal under German colonization). The native hospital of Douala was then subjected to the regime of the indigenate by the French administration. It is renamed Hospital Laquintinie [When?], Named after its chief medical officer, who stayed twice in Cameroon.
Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV) is a major radio and television broadcasting company in Cameroon. CRTV is a government-controlled radio and television service in Cameroon. It started as Cameroon Television (CTV) and later merged with the radio service to become known as CRTV. It covers all the ten regions of Cameroon rendering it the indomitable broadcaster amongst a number of private television stations in the country. Its coverage of events is generally viewed as pro-government.
Super U Douala (Cameroon): a U-System store U System U helps its partners in Africa to define their projects, realize store plans. The Super U of Douala is the same concept as in France. Professional instructors were sent on site to train the teams. On the other hand, the assortment is driven locally by the stores.