History

Muslim traders of Chadian origin were objects of rioting and looting in 1994. Following a failed coup attempt by former President Kolingba in 2001, Army Chief of Staff François Bozizé split with President Ange-Félix Patassé and fled to Chad, taking elements of the army with him. From this time the CAR government fostered heightened suspicions […]

How was MBoscuda formed?

In the 1980s a number of different groups started up across Cameroon, but principally in the North West, to consider how the Mbororo people could work together to improve the lives of their communities. By 1987 this lead to establishment of three groups by Mbororo people focused on the development of their communities. From the […]

Mbororo culture

‘Pulaaku’ The main socio-cultural code for Mbororo–Fulani group is known as pulaaku, it is believed by the Mbororo Fulani to be specific to their pastoral group and provides a moral framework and code of conduct. It is based on their history of Nomadic pastoralism and good animal husbandry and includes duties to elders and wives […]

Who are the Mbororo

There are a number of different theories about the origin and identity of the Mbororo-Fulani.  They are the largest nomadic group in the world and play a crucial economic role – ‘Their herds of cattle and sheep are the major source of meat for hundreds of villagers, town and cities from.. the shore of lake […]

About MBOSCUDA

MBoscuda stands for the Mbororo Social and Cultural Association.  Since 1987 it has been helping people in the northwest region of Cameroon find long term solutions to issues of inequality and poverty.