Japan provides ¥200 million (US$2 million) for food security in Cameroon

The Japanese government has announced ¥200 million ($US2 million) in grant assistance to improve food security in Cameroon. About 1.5 million Cameroonian people suffer from the food crisis caused by crop declines. Productivity fell by 32.4% in 2015 and 25% in 2016 due to destabilization and natural disasters in the northern region. 

Press release – MOFA (in Japanese)

Japan Nutrition