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Haiti pour la vie

Subject: [camnetwork] Names of some Cameroonians who Died in Haiti


We have all been following what occurred in Haiti last Tuesday. The Cameroonian National Adviser at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Father Nixon Mullah, SSJ would like to inform Cameroonians in the US that it is with sadness that we learned that two (2) compatriots died in the earthquake. Mrs. Linda Mbong and Joyceline Nguoseh, respectively of the Human Rights and UN Mission were working in Haiti. 11 of our Police Officers members of the UN Peaceking Force are alive and we have no words on the other civilians.

We ask you to continue to pray for Haiti and its people and to particularly for Cameroonians working in Haiti, the deceased and their families. Please use your own judgment to organize prayers and other devotional activities that may be spiritually helpful to those hurt by the disaster.

Our generosity will greatly be appreciated. Your material help is certainly welcome because we know it will more than one during this time of trials. Contact Father Nixon or Sr. Joanna at the Bishops Conference to make your donation. Thanks in advance.

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Just a correction. The name is not "Linda Mbong." It is Lisa Mbele-Mbong.

Lisa grew up in Douala, attending Dominique Savio Primary School then moved to Burundi and on to Europe for High School where her father, Samuel Mbele-Mbong formerly of ASECNA was working for the World Meteorological Organization, part of the UN. Lisa then moved to the US where she studied at the prestigious Smith College. Following graduation, Lisa lived and worked in DC where she worked for NDI (National Democratic Institute). It is through NDI that she first went to Haiti, organizing elections. She later joined the UN and worked for them in various countries before returning to Haiti. She leaves a 10 year old son, Nady, her parents Samuel and Helena Mbele-Mbong, and a sister, Leontyne.

There is an article that mentions Lisa in the Washington Post:

The Cameroonian community, and the world have lost a passionate and dedicated human rights activist, a brilliant mind and devoted mother and friend. Details about a Memorial service for Lisa are forthcoming.


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