Manuel Wonderbus I joined Better World Cameroon (BWC) with the idea of a locally rooted social organization that follows a holistic approach to work towards sustainable change. What I especially like about the project descriptions is that communities are supposed … Continue reading →
Ruth, 20 years old Before I came to Cameroon I used to live in Austria, more precisely in Vienna, where I studied environmental sciences. I grew up in a lively (up to chaotic) patchwork family on the countryside and so … Continue reading →
Helloooo! My name is Gilda, I’m from Germany and I’m doing a voluntary service for Better World Cameroon in Bamenda. After my education in tax accounting, I changed my field to social work and decided to go abroad for a … Continue reading →
Today Joshua Konkankoh and Sonita Mbah left for Marrakesh to be GEN representatives at the Climate Change conference COP 22 . This meeting focuses on implementation of Climate Goals set in Paris at COP 21 earlier this year.
We are sending them with a new short video about Bafut Ecovillage. We hope this preview will entice you to think about how traditional villages can transition to Ecovillages. What does it take? What can you do to support?
The full video is in production by volunteers at Better World Cameroon. Sign up to our blog to be notified when it’s published!
In the meantime let’s send blessings and good wishes to all delegates at COP22 – they are doing important work for all of us.
In my volunteer work I’ve chosen to use my growing photography skills to document some of the events and occurrences for Better World Cameroon. At the moment we are focussed on a water catchment project. From a small trickle of … Continue reading →
Better World Cameroon director and volunteers, along with others, receive acknowledgement and honouring from Bafut Palace. On February 10 2016 the final piece of the Bafut Palace rehabilitation was achieved. An important celebration and acknowledgment of the financial support from … Continue reading →