We work to achieve a comprehensive development among the most disadvantaged communities through 15 cooperation projects framed under 4 development plans.



We struggle for the dignity of people through different cooperation projects designed to ensure the right to education, access to health services, access to drinking water and sanitation. We also seek to ensure the accompaniment in the emancipation and the recognition of basic rights that may guarantee a dignified life and a correct development of the individual.

These rights are framed within the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)stated by the United Nations. In accordance with these principles, our intervention is divided into four development plans.

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Each plan has several specific programs and projects focused on the ultimate goal of our organization: to promote a change that would enable the comprehensive development and independence of the population, so that they can live a dignified life. The main focus of these plans is the Baka ethnic group, which is the most disadvantaged population in Cameroon.

If you want to know more about the Baka people click here.