All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘education in cameroon’

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    Our Humanitarian Footprint Series: Meet Mo

      Our work at the School for Carpentry and Construction in Kumbo, Cameroon allows us to cross paths with some very interesting, aspiring woodworkers – Mo (short for Mohamed) is one of them. Mohamed was attending a local technical school, well on his way to …

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    2 Ways We Bridge the Health Care Gaps in Cameroon

    Our Total Health Program in Kumbo, Cameroon is now at the center of a healthcare revolution: steadily growing, filling much needed healthcare gaps and providing health education in and around Kumbo. In fact, the more people we educate and treat in the area, the greater …

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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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    More than a ‘happy’ New Year: Goal Exceeded!

    We are delighted to post this blog announcing the successful completion of the One Book & One Buck campaign. With your help we raised $16,000. This is $6,000 more than our minimum target. We now have the funds needed to send even greater educational materials …

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    New Years Weekend: Come Celebrate Our Humanitarian Impact

    Join Pandit Rajmani Tigunait for an inspiring New Years weekend seminar: Inner Healing For The New Year. Also celebrate the impact of our Global Humanitarian Projects as our café hosts a fundraiser and open house to support One Book & One Buck. The open house provides an …

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    One Book & One Buck Update

    As we close in on the last lap of this part of our literacy campaign in Cameroon, we want to share our status and the success of our efforts. Nearly 100 businesses are leading our book collection process. There are book-collection-boxes in 5 states. To date, we have …

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    Education: the best gift ever.

    In parts of Africa, access to educational materials is greatly lacking. Expanding our Public Libraries will address this knowledge gap and significantly increase access to free education.  In turn, we will improve long-term outcomes for children; the leaders of tomorrow. Help us ship 10,000 books to …

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    Humanitarian Footprint: Meet Uma

    Uma grew up in the Northwest region of Cameroon, an English-speaking region in the predominately French country. Uma has never traveled out of this region and has a younger brother and sister which she looks after. Her parents are illiterate, her mother is a tailor …

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    20 tons of holiday wishes

    This holiday season, make dreams come true… by the ship load! Education is the key to empowerment and our public library needs your help. Our 20 ton shipping container full of donated books will set sail for Cameroon, West Africa shortly after the new year. We …

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    New Campaign: One Book & One Buck

    An Educated Decision Each year, we choose a different international project and ask our supporters to join us and help tackle poverty at the grass roots. We’re excited to announce that we are focusing on rural education with our latest campaign ONE BOOK & ONE BUCK. The …

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