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NWA

 

 

Mayor:              NGONFE LOMA David MOLOH
Phone number:                 +237 77 43 96 81
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Number of municipal councilors: 35
Date of creation: 04/07/1963
Surface Area: 150000km2
Density: 0.81 person/km2
Number of inhabitants: 121 642


Social infrastructures:
•    28 nursery schools, 89 Primary schools and 13 Secondary schools (private, government and mission owned).
•    11 integrated Health centers
•    2 constructed markets by individuals
•    Micro finance buildings
•    Gendarmerie Brigade
•    1 hotel and 4 inns
•    Nwa post office
•    Ndu Tea Cooperation
•    Sabongari Cooperation Credit Union

Municipal assets:
•    Markets
•    A communal forest
•    Touristic sites (shrines, war trenches, Ntansah hill, and war pits. reception facilities


Opportunities:
•    Flora: green blanket of vegetation  and forest patches
•    Fauna: wild life diversity (wild animals, birds and aquatic animals).
•    Mineral resources: important indices of iron ore are reported in Kofffa, Mbepji, Kwaja and Adere and environs. Precious metal compounds containing gold, nickel, cobalt, tin, are reported along banks of Fih stream, Adere and Lus vicinity, hilltops of Ncha, Bitui, Koffa. Industrial minerals such as sand, clay, and rocks also present.


Obstacles:
•    Health: poor health care delivery, due to inadequate infrastructure and equipment and shortage of quality drugs.
•    Environment and nature protection: environmental degradation due to poor agricultural techniques.
•    Women empowerment and family: no women initiatives due to no centers for information.  
•    Water and energy: very limited access to portable water and no access to grid electricity, due to lack of finances.
•    Education: poor performance at public exams, unbalanced educational opportunities, and difficulties in accessing higher education, due to lack of funds and staff.
•    Public works: poor state of roads, due to limited financial sources and no maintenance of the roads. 


Location:
•    East: Adamawa Region
•    North and North East: the Federal Republic of Nigeria
•    South East: the West Region.
•    West and South West: Bui Division. 


Number of Villages: 42 villages namely; Adere, Bang, Bitui, Ncha, Lus, Kom, Mballa, Kwaja, Jui, Koffa, Manang, Mbah, Mbat, Mbepji, Sa’am, Ntim, Ntong, Kwak, Fa’am, Ngung, Sih, Bom, Gom, Mfe, Nwa, Mbem, Nkot, Rom, Yang, Nguri, Ntem, Nwanti, Ngu, Mbirikpa, Nking, Nwat, Ngom (Sabongari), Nyurong, Ngomkw, Jastor-Gwembe, Ngamfe-Kurt, Lih.  


Ethnic groups: 3 namely; Mfumte, Yamba and Mbaw. 


Economic activities:
•    Cash crop production: Food diversity is high. Food and cash crop produced include:-maize, plantains, bananas, guinea corn, beans and soya beans, cassava, potatoes, coco yams, oil palms, oranges, rice, pawpaw. Robusta coffee and rice are mostly gowned on the Mbaw plain while other crops are grown everywhere.
•    Livestock: (cattle, horses, goats, Sheep and fowls). Conservation of agricultural and livestock produce (milk) are practiced.
•    Commerce: sales of food stuff and petty trading.
•    Other activities include: small medium size enterprises, services from organizations, hunting, craftsmanship and fishing.

Bio-physical environment:
•    Climate: two distinct seasons:  The rainy and dry seasons.
•    Relief: natural topography (rugged hills)
•    Hydrology: there are a number of streams and water falls.

Communal Development Plan: avialable at the UCCC’s Resource Center, with the address : http//www.cdr-cvuc.cm/index.php/fr/