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Meet our Team: Anashe Barton, Social Media Coordinator

Hello everyone, my name is Anashe Barton and I am the social media coordinator for CAMAAY. I recently joined CAMAAY this year and I am responsible for curating and writing our social media and blog posts. Currently, I am in … Continue reading

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17 Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, global leaders agreed to 17 Sustainable Development Goals to reach by 2030. These issues range from poverty, gender equality, hunger, health, clean water, sustainability and social justice. Initiatives to target these goals have sprung up around the globe. … Continue reading

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Meet our Team: Kathy Griswold

  Anne Katherine (Kathy) Griswold has recently joined CAMAAY to help edit documents, and is now involved with the creation of critical documents related to CAMAAY’s commitment to improving the lives of those which it serves. She holds a B.S. in Political … Continue reading

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Meet Our Team: Joanne Yee, Global Community Manager

In my role as CAMAAY’s Global Community Manager I am responsible for recruiting volunteers from the international community and supporting them in their work which needs to align with CAMAAY’s strategic direction.  I have worked with CAMAAY’s director to update … Continue reading

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Introducing Our Team: Patrick Chung Ndifon

Patrick Chung Ndifon is a community development facilitator by profession and director of CAMAAY. He is very thrilled about topics relating to community development with great interest in access clean water, sustainable agriculture and nutrition, women and youth empowerment, renewable energies and children. He … Continue reading

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This is our Country: Cameroon

The Republic of Cameroon is nestled on the eastern coast of Africa and is home to over 23 million people. Cameroon gained its independence in 1960, and is now governed by a unitary dominant-party presidential republic. Since 1982, the People’s … Continue reading

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Planning 4 New School Gardens: Global Giving Report

Our latest Global Giving report for our Growing Gardens project is in! Cameroon has a high prevalence of micronutrient deficiency, causing a type of malnutrition known as “Hidden Hunger” because its effects are not visible and are often not easy … Continue reading

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Engineers Without Borders Visit

In January of 2018, a team from Engineers without Borders from the Netherlands visited three water systems in northwest Cameroon. Engineers without Borders is an NGO comprised of professional engineers who use their technical knowledge to improve the lives of … Continue reading

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CAMAAY are Successful Applicants of Rhodes Scholars Southern African Forum Grant

CAMAAY have become the successful applicants of a grant from the Rhodes Scholars Southern African Forum which is administered by Rhodes Scholars who are currently studying at Oxford University. This grant will allow CAMAAY to extend the Growing Gardens project … Continue reading

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Five School Gardens in North-West Cameroon

As a result of your support, CAMAAY has successfully assisted 5 schools in setting up gardens in their schools in the Bali, Batibo and Oku regions. These have become an important asset to children as they have taught children to … Continue reading

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