Category Archive for: ‘School of Carpentry & Construction’

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    Introducing the Humanitarian Footprint Series: Meet Elvis

    When Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous I Have a Dream speech in Washington, D.C., he was leading a demonstration for the humanitarian causes of racial equality and justice. Excerpts of this speech inspire and propel visionaries toward their goals of raising human …

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    Staff Spotlight: Steve Odnoha

    Welcome back, Steve! After working at the Himalayan Institute’s newest campus in Khajuraho, India for nearly six months, Steve Odnoha is back at the Humanitarian HQ in Honesdale, PA. What does Steve do?  Well, technically speaking, Steve is the “Technical Projects Manager” for the Himalayan Institute’s …

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  • Carpentry School Expansion: Help us grow.

    We are looking for donors to help our carpentry school grow and  acquire a much-needed piece of equipment. As a donor your name will be engraved on a plaque and installed next to the machine! Once installed we’ll email you a personalized photo >> DONATE …

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  • Fire Prevention: Electrician’s Course

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    Vocational Training to Prevent Electrical Fires Today, more than half of the world’s population lives in cities and towns.  For those of us in the developing world, urban life is usually synonymous with crowded conditions and inadequate infrastructure.  A lot of progress has been made …

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  • HI Cameroon Attracts Visitors from Afar

    HI Cameroon continues to be an education hub for the whole region with its many offerings, including the renowned School of Carpentry & Construction and the largest library in the region.  As it grows, information about these successful programs has been spreading throughout the country. …

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  • Kumbo Arts Exhibition

    Kumbo, the home of the HI Cameroon community center, recently hosted a regional arts fair featuring the work of many artists intimately connected with the Himalayan Institute’s humanitarian projects.  The event was a perfect opportunity for craftspeople working with HI Cameroon’s School of Carpentry and …

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  • A Swingin’ Good Time in Kishong, Cameroon

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    Besides working hard on environmental initiatives, micro-businesses, and health and educational projects, the Himalayan Institute Cameroon is also in the business of having fun! The Energy Farming land in Kishong Village is located at the end of a residential street. The village is filled with …

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  • Solar Wood Drying Kiln

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    The Himalayan Institute Cameroon’s School of Carpentry & Construction has finished building a new wood drying kiln. A wood kiln is an enclosed structure where heat and moisture are controlled in order to dry wood as fast as possible with the least amount of drying …

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  • School of Carpentry & Construction Builds a Name for Itself

    It’s been 10 months since the Himalayan Institute Cameroon School of Carpentry & Construction opened its doors in Kumbo, and since then it has created many opportunities for the community. Each project that the school undertakes is designed to target local needs in the community …

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  • About HI Community Centers

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    Click on the image below to watch a video about the Himalayan Institute Community Centers.

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