Cameroonian Culture

Cameroonian Culture
January 25, 2017 MAWKE


Cedric Nana


Cultural Heritage




These balls are called Makala and this meal is offered by my project BeInCommunity. As the name suggests, BeInCommunity prefers togetherness: laughing, playing, eating and drinking together as well as being with each other. You probably see these balls merely as food, but to us they mean a lot more. The combination of a football game followed by dinner and a relaxed atmosphere is typically Cameroonian. The four hours that we spend together represent our Cameroon in Mannheim. BeInCommunity takes place every last Sunday of the month from 5 pm onwards in Schnickenloch.