The Southern Cameroons Incident Tracker

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Do you have Questions?

We will try and provide answers to common questions
Why should I fill this report?

There are many organizations who want to help but need access to comprehensive information.

Who are the organizers of this project?

This project is an initiative of the Coalition for Dialogue and Negotiations.

Who will have access to my report?

The data you provide will be made available to international organizations who want to help bring an end to the war in the Southern Cameroons.

How is the information verified?

The CDN's data processing team reviews incident reports for completeness. Where questions arise, we may request additional information to ensure that the report is ready for distribution to partner organizations.

Can I submit evidence from another source?

Yes. You can create a quick tip and share links to external systems such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Dropbox and GoogleDrive. You can also include a link to another website such as a news article or blog.

Am I expected to report crimes committed outside Southern Cameroons?

We offer you the ability to report on crimes committed as a result of the crisis in the Southern Cameroons, regardless of whether they are committed in the Southern Cameroons, the Republic of Cameroon or any other country across the globe.

Of what benefit is this project to me?

Every victim deserves to be heard and every human rights violator deserves to be held accountable. Through your report, we can get one step closer to justice for the victims and accountability for the perpetrators. 

What is the CDN?

The Coalition for Dialogue and Negotiations (CDN) is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) with specific goal to facilitate dialogue and negotiation towards ending the Anglophone war in Cameroon. CDN is made of professionals from all works and over 20 partner organizations worldwide advocating for an end to the Anglophone war in Cameroon. CDN members will work with its partners to strengthen international involvement in resolving the conflict and building durable peace in the conflict affected territories.

How can I learn more about the CDN?

You can visit the CDN website or learn more on Twitter and Facebook.

How can I contact the CDN if I have questions?

Click the menu option on this site and get in touch with the Coalition at any time. 

If there is a question on your mind regarding a topic that you believe the public can benefit from, please go ahead and make a suggestion and a representative of the CDN will provide an answer. Please note that we will not post responses to questions that violate our confidentiality policy.
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