We are happy to share our latest Mini documentary:

We are sharing this video at the Global Ecovillage summit in Senegal .

Mbah Sonita, Konkankoh Joshua and Bafut Mayor Langsi were invited to this event, and will be presenting the work of Better world Cameroon and the Bafut council and palace toward Ecovillage Bafut 2020.

More about the conference soon. For now enjoy the video!

Farming Season Begins

Farming Season Starts

By TAMUNJOH Beatrice SALONG, program coordinator and permaculture supervisor. Tuesday, 24th February 2015 was the beginning of 2015 farming season at the Ndanifor Permaculture Ecovillage site. As is the custom in North-West Region of Cameroon, farming activities start in February … Continue reading

Next Generation Global Education visit

Better World Cameroon is preparing to receive Next Generation Global Education (NGGE) in Cameroon, Bamenda in April 2015.  NGGE is an American non-governmental organization whose mission is to develop a sustainable interactive universal library of resources through a network of … Continue reading

Maroua to Bamenda: Being Part of Better World Cameroon

helping with mud blocks

I am TAMUNJOH Beatrice SALONG, an Engineer in Social Sciences for Development, Post-Graduate of the Higher Institute of the Sahel, University of Maroua. I have been volunteering with Better World Cameroon as coordinator for the Far-North Region office in Maroua … Continue reading

Roof restoration at Bafut Palace

post for the shrine at Bafut Palace

Bafut Palace has invited Better World volunteers CM Justice, Elke Cole and Luke White with guidance of Joshua Konkankoh to document the rare event of roof restoration of the central sacred building. Both an honor and a challenge, this is an … Continue reading

LUSH Canada makes Meeting Hall project reality

Volunteers and board of BWC

November 1st marked the beginning of the construction of a Meeting hall with kitchen at Ndanifor Permaculture Ecovillage.

Everyone at BWC is excited to see this building come to reality and we wish to thank and acknowledge LUSH Charity Pot for funding this project.

The building will be built with ecological building principles of local materials and climate responsive design. The kitchen will feature an improved cook stove and bread oven.

We draw on the skills of local builders and craftsmen and women in building a dry stone foundation, earthen walls and details with raffia bamboo.

Volunteer builder and architect Elke Cole is on site to oversee the construction which is scheduled to be completed in April 2015.

You can follow our building progress on Facebook