Facts and StatisticsUpdated on 31 December 2012
A few Church members lived in Cameroon representing various health organizations in the 1980s and earlier.
In 1993 Cameroon president Paul Biya approved the Church's request for legal recognition. At the time, two missionary couples from Canada were serving in the country. Before the government granted recognition, about 30 people had been baptized and another 60 investigators were attending Sunday meetings.
Today there are two branches (small congregations) in Cameroon, one in Yaounde and another in Duoala, with a combined membership of about 200.
Cameroon is part of the Abidjan, Ivory Coast Mission.
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|Total Church Membership||1,277|
Statistics for Africa
|Total Church Membership||390,218|
|Family History Centers||180|
|Total Church Membership||14,782,473|
|Missionary Training Centers||15|
|Universities & Colleges||4|
|Seminary Students Enrollment||391,680|
|Institute Student Enrollment||352,488|
|Family History Centers||4,689|
|Countries with Family History Centers||128|
|Church Materials Languages||177|
Statistics by Country
- Cape Verde
- Central African Republic
- Cote d'Ivoire
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- Czech Republic
- Isle of Man
- Antigua and Barbuda
- Cayman Islands
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- El Salvador