Dear Diaspora Leader,

The Cameroon American Council in partnership with the Congressional Cameroon Caucus is delighted to invite you and the members of your organization to a very special and free event entitled:

“Cameroon: Mini-Africa Day at U.S. Congress” slated for Thursday, September 29th, 2016 from 1PM at the lavish Cannon Caucus Room 345 at the most powerful place on earth, the United States Congress in Washington, DC.

The Cameroon American Council (CAC) is America’s leading African Immigrant advocacy organization. Back in 2011, the Washington Post recognized CAC as ’The First Program Of Its Kind’.



Fast forward 2016, CAC is thrilled to partner with Congressional Cameroon Caucus, which led by Congressmen Chris Gibson, Andre Carson, Steve Russell and Hank Johnson. For this very special event, we will celebrate a trifecta of milestones!

Celebrating September as National African Immigrant Heritage Month.
Celebrating the Sixth Anniversary of the Cameroon American Council
Celebrating the founding of the Congressional Cameroon Caucus at US Congress

There are opportunities for sponsorships/donations for Cameroonian/African groups/institutions/initiatives/businesses starting at $100 during the exhibitor section of the event. Your organization’s work will be highlighted during the event to over 35,000 people who work at the US Congress and to friends of Cameroon.


For more information on sponsorship: Please contact Sgt. Baron Osong at Baron.osong@gmail.com or 703.728.1214 OR
Mr. Theodore Ngatchou at theodorengatchou@gmail.com or at 202 262 3610
Please donate below:
https://www.crowdrise.com/cac-africancongressionalfellows


This 9/29/16 event will feature an exhibitors and presenters from over a dozen federal agencies doing work in Cameroon/Africa. This is a great opportunity to meet the Africa Bureaus' internships/jobs, grants, business contracts, international exchanges, and programs from across the U.Government!

Agencies such as Department of Labor, State Department, USAID, Federal Communication Commissions (FCC), Millennium Challenge Cooperation (MCC), White House, to name a few.
For more information on the full list of federal agencies, please contact Ms. Judith Nwana at judithnwana@hotmail.com

This September as National African Immigrant Heritage Month, in addition to United States Congress highlighting Cameroon and its vibrant Diaspora; over a dozen American Governors have released proclamations for September as African Immigrant Heritage Month with an emphasis on Cameroon and its diaspora (See attached from Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin)
https://votesmart.org/public-statement/1089113/support-for-the-establishment-of-a-national-cameroonian-heritage-and-diaspora-month#.V9RtJ-v3arX

For a list of U.S. Governors celebrating Cameroon this month, please connect with Mr. Jason Vasser at jnvassser@gmail.com

Cameroon American Council is a leader on US Congress and federal government advocacy for Cameroon, Cameroonians, and African immigrants. For a list of media coverage or media sponsorship please contact Ms. Marylyn Ndua at nnmarilyn@hotmail.com

Attached please find four (4) documents that trace the launching of the Congressional Cameroon Caucus from conceptualization by the Cameroon American Council, to our Cameroon Day at US Congress
This September 29th 2016 event, is FREE and open to the general public! So, to support all those coming to meet Cameroon and its diaspora, we are seeking volunteers on the day of event.

For more information on volunteering opportunities, please connect with Mr. Yves Bouele at yvroger@gmail.com
We look forward to September, 29th 2016 at 1PM, when we celebrate our Cameroon in a magnificent way and in the grandest most powerful place on earth: U.S Congress; you and your organization’s presence will make the day even more fabulous.

Cameroon Obosso!!

Kind regards,

Sylvie Bello,
Founder/CEO
Cameroon American Council