Cameroon, in West Africa, is a mixture of desert plains in the north, mountains in the central regions, and tropical rain forests in the south. Along its western border with Nigeria are mountains, which include the volcanic Cameroon Mountain—the highest point in West Africa. Some 250 ethnic groups speaking about 270 languages and dialects make it a remarkably diverse country.
The Republic of Cameroon is a union of two former United Nations Trust Territories—French Cameroon, which became independent in 1960, and southern British Cameroon, which joined it after a 1961 UN-sponsored referendum. English and French are both official languages.
Join us for the Purpose Medical Mission Anti-Gala, A Night At The Museum, Saturday, March 23rd at the museum of Texas Tech. This year's event will flip the standard gala on it's ear! More music, food, fun, and mingling! No suits, ties, or ballgowns! We will also be offering a concurrent children's event, so no need to book a babysitter…we've got you covered. Get ready for a special night of camaraderie, singing and dancing, as we raise funds for Purpose Medical Mission!