The Anglophone Crisis Monitoring Project is an independent effort to gain clarity surrounding the situation in Southern Cameroon, using open-source data collection from sources on the ground.
The project intends to be entirely independent of any factions involved in the Anglophone Crisis, reporting only the facts of the situation. The impartiality of the project is vital to the validity and trust of the organisation.
This project is intended to draw attention to the crisis on an international level, and provide a reliable source of accurate information.
If crimes are committed by Cameroonian government forces, they will be reported.
Likewise, if crimes are committed by other groups, they will also be reported.
Importantly, the ACMP will always aim to tell the truth, validating data to the furthest extent possible.
The ACMP is concerned with all aspects of the crisis- the humanitarian implications, the state of the conflict, and any potential for escalation.
Billy received a BSc in Geography from the University of Exeter in 2017, and is currently specializing in the use of remote sensing, open-source data collection and UAV technology in humanitarian crises. Billy recently spent three months in Liberia on an ICS project with Y Care International, and has led 2 research expeditions to Malaysia.
Marcel holds a Bachelors degree in Business administration / Engineering and has worked across the world on ICT projects for the past 25 years. Marcel has carried out projects in Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Namibia, the Philippines, Suriname and Zambia. Marcel has also held several positions in Dutch politics.