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Blog - C-Life
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Blog - C-Life

The sky is closer than you think
By: admin
Nov 16, 2016

It is not unusual to smoothly combine academic knowledge with business acumen but to possess such passion at a young age is worth appreciating. C-life is happy to present a gem from Silicon Mountain, Mr. Ayuk Etta-the CEO of SkyLabase, as our Profile for the month of November. It’s often said that some children do […]

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Why would an MBA graduate become a carpenter?
On: Oct 16, 2016
By: admin

Why would an MBA graduate become a carpenter? This may seem like an odd reality. However, in the case of Mr. Ebai Ayuk Nkem, it is not an oddity at all; in fact, it’s his reality. C-life is delighted to profile this month, the story of how a highly educated Cameroonian professional chose to follow […]

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Silicon Mountain: Buea-Africa’s Tech Hub
On: Sep 15, 2016
By: admin

For our first ever C-Life monthly profile, we are pleased to present the story of a movement happening in Africa, among young men and women in Buea-Cameroon who are using technology to solve community problems and meet local and emerging market needs. For our new readers, C-Life is an African-led, non-profit Christian organization that exists […]

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Content of our character as worship
On: Sep 12, 2016
By: admin

Character is like pregnancy. It is very difficult to conceal it from the public. As Christians, we strive to follow Christ’s teachings and lifestyle. But in an economic environment like Cameroon, where the public service is the major employer and civil servants have suffered two salary cuts, is it possible to look beyond economic benefits […]

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Happy New Year and Thank you
On: Jan 2, 2016
By: sheila
In: posts

It is 1:05am in Queens New York as I continue to travail in the jet lag world. These are very small worries, and I thank God that I can work in the quiet of the early morning. It is now in this peaceful time of the morning, after New Year party noises have died down, […]

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The tears of poor leadership in Africa
On: Mar 27, 2015
By: admin
In: posts

Last week I came back from Kenya where I attended a week long retreat conference with over 100 African leaders working in very hard places. Places like Goma Congo where gunshots are a normal part of life, Sudan where Christians need to watch their back daily, Uganda where the effects of war has left huge […]

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Remembering C-Life’s Introduction in Cameroon
On: Mar 27, 2015
By: admin
In: posts

After three weeks of buses, taxis and people all around us—the honks sounding loud, the traffic offering the reminder of progress and the shouts and laughter springing forth—Cameroon holds a tender spot. These quirky moments makeup the warmth that still lurks my heart. It always seems to be the people who make my journey so […]

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Buea
On: Apr 23, 2014
By: admin
In: posts

C-Life will be located in the city of Buea (Bo-yah), Cameroon. Buea is found on the Eastern slopes of the Cameroon Mountain, nestled close to the Atlantic Ocean, South West of the country. Its cool weather, tea farms, close-by beaches and majestic mountain range makes this university town a place to visit.

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