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Meet Anye-Soh, Our New Volunteer

Anye-Soh:  National Volunteer   I completed my post graduate programme in December 2017. I hold a Specialised Master’s in Environmental Engineering; with specialty in “Integrated Management of Water Resources and Sanitation in African Towns” from the National Advanced School of … Continue reading →

BWC in Germany to Discuss Sustainable Volunteerism in Permaculture Projects

Better World Cameroon is presently in Germany meeting with other organizations from Africa and Germany whose work is focused on volunteerism and permaculture. Apart from Better World Cameroon, also representing Cameroon is Women for a change Cameroon, a Cameroon based … Continue reading →

EDE 2017, bridging the gap, shifting the paradigm.

Better World Cameroon has over the years trained several young people on how to be self-sustainable and become entrepreneurs by being job creators and not job seekers using two of its core programs, the International Summer Youth Workcamp and the … 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.

International Summer work camp 2016

  Since 2011, Better World  Cameroon has organized cross-cultural gatherings with youth from around the world to share, learn, and cultivate peace and tolerance at a global level. The International Summer Work camp brings together young people between the ages … Continue reading →