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Project 4

Posted by admin on  February 5, 2019

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Health, safety and sanitation Project Kids, playful as they are, have simple accidents at school all the time. They are clumsy, and grow up with minor scrapes and cuts. In principle this is not a problem. It can become a problem if the wounds cannot be cleaned and disinfected properly. Unfortunately most schools do not have first aid kids and most teachers are unfamiliar with the contents of such a kit. Hence we would like,

Project 3

Posted by admin on  February 5, 2019

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School Library collection Read to fight against illiteracy, to reduce poverty and to empowering children “Reading is important, because if you can read, you can learn anything about everything and everything about anything.” – Tomie dePaola We should always remember that we are the lucky ones. The lucky ones that have access to basically any book we can dream of, to have access to it on paper/hard copy, and nowadays, on one of our many digital

Project 2

Posted by admin on  February 5, 2019

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Classrooms’ Refurbishment   Typical classroom in Primary school of Tsela III in Bandjoun The classroom environment plays a crucial role in a child’s success. A school (Ecole primaire de Tsela III) in the village of Bandjoun would like to give their children the best education they can offer. Unfortunately, the learning environment is not ideal, as the walls and the floors for many classrooms need to be renovated, qnd the school materials, for both teachers and

Project 1

Posted by admin on  February 5, 2019

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Financing school fees for 50 children for the academic year 2019-2020   EDUCATION AS THE POWERFUL WEAPON TO CHANGE THE WORLD. It’s hard to believe that some children in Cameroon do not have access to education because their parents cannot afford it. Some parents struggle to pay the school fees as well as the basic school supplies. It is heartbreaking to think about children being punished or excluded from participating in class, or children’s whose

A visit to the orphanage in Mbouo

Posted by admin on  June 14, 2018

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A couple of days after the Christmas Dennis and I, Sandra, went out to Bafoussam, Cameroon to buy some things to surprise the children in the orphanage of Mbouo, Bandjoun on the behalf of Kondikids. The orphanage is not far from my grandmother’s home. Not knowing the exact number of children there are, or how old they are we decided to buy the daily necessities to give to them. Following the Bandjoun tradition we bought