Since 2016, parts of Cameroon have been gripped by unrest since activists stepped up their campaign for independence for the minority English-speaking region from the majority French-speaking Cameroon. Hundreds have died, whole communities burnt down,… More
On June 25th, 2017, Youth Project Africa organized a charity football match in Buea, the regional capital of the south west province, Cameroon. The purpose of the match was to mobilize support and solidarity for the less privileged youths and other vulnerable populations in the area. The event which ended with a three hour working session, brought together hundreds of participants and well-wishers to commemorate the kick-start of YPA activities in Cameroon. In attendance also was the Executive Director of the group and representatives of the Government. Mr Eta A. Constant, the Project Director of Cameroon, chaired the working session that also saw a number of projects selected for immediate implementation.
Youth Project Africa will soon start a project to support orphans. More information will follow shortly. Till then.. Enjoy watching this picture of these beautiful girls that are soon to receive help from YPA!
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Today 31 students took part in a brainstorming session to share their ideas and build action plans on the project to improve the well-being and literacy of orphans in the region. The meeting was coordinated by YPA regional coordinator Mr. Joanes Eyong. Several projects have come out and we will inform you about this shortly.
Welcome to Youth Project Africa. We are a charity network for education, vocational training and community development based in Cameroon with representation throughout Africa. Our main goal is to stand up for the youths and to serve as the pathway to empower youths and other underprivileged groups in education, health and community development. We create and offer scholarships and other grants based on needs and not merits.
We also conceive, plan, establish and organize educational and professional training programs and centres with specific focus and emphasis on women, the girl child, unemployed youths and physically challenged individuals and minority groups. The goal is to provide new skills, refine the existing skills and technical know-how. This will lead to employment, self-employment and generate income generation. We also partner with other organizations to provide materials, tools and equipments to individuals, schools, health centers and community centers.
Youth Project Africa was initially registered in Japan in 2015 and in 2016 the group was given permit to carry on its activities by the government of Cameroon. We have a solid team of women and men who want to change the world. You are welcome to work with us in any of our projects. Kindly go through our site or contact us to find out how you can get involved.
Ayuk E. Mbi MSc
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