INTERNATIONAL TRAINING WORKSHOP ON RENEWABLE ENERGY 24TH TO 30TH of JUNE 2018

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SHUMAS in partnership with Energy without Borders and FICAD Spain is organizing an international training workshop at the SHUMAS Renewable Technical Center located in Kumbo for Five days in June 2018

INTERNATIONAL TRAINING WORKSHOP ON RENEWABLE ENERGY 24TH TO 30TH of JUNE 2018
SHUMAS in partnership with Energy without Borders and FICAD Spain is organizing an international training workshop at the SHUMAS Renewable Technical Center located in Kumbo for Five days in June 2018

SHORT TRAINING COURSE IN FOUR SOURCES OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

COURSE TITLES

Wind energy, Solar energy, Biogas and Mini hydro

All training facilities are available at the SHUMAS renewable technical center

BENEFITS OF THE TRAINING

During this course, you will be empowered on how to;

  • Carry out feasibility studies of the different renewable energy sources (Wind energy, solar energy, Hydroelectricity and Biogas);
  • Identify authentic equipment and design compatible systems;
  • Carry out installations in the aforementioned energy systems;
  • sustain and maintain these systems;

The training is also a Path Way for you to become a Green energy expert (Solar, Wind, Mini Hydro and Biogas)

COST OF TRAINING

Interested participant are expected to pay a registration fee of 60000CFA which covers lodging, feeding, and a certificate of participation

ELIGIBILITY FOR APPLICANTS;

At least Advanced level or Baccalaureate holders in Physics, Electricity and/or Electronics and other related fields of study.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION

Interested persons are call upon to forward their Application letter and Photocopy of National Identification Card to the Director General of SHUMAS

 

SHUMAS-CAMEROON, P.O. BOX 5047 NKWEN BAMENDA

N.W.R. CAMEROON, TEL: (+237) 677755630/ 694389480/ 676440219

Email: strategichumanitarianservices@gmail.com,

Website: www.shumas-cameroon.org

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SHUMAS MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN LIVES OF THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

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Life is worth living when we all at all levels of our lives create an impact

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Where help is actually needed. With bounties brought by the Easter season SHUMAS graduate 9 pupils with special needs on the 29 of march 2018, being its 7 batch into the field of their specialty as job creators, SHUMAS with its partners the ROTARY CLUB KUMBO, giving it the colorful grandeur, it deserves.

IMG_0119With the director of SHUMAS MFORMI NDZEREM STEPHEN   speech pregnant with a lot of meaning encouraged and cautioned the trainees to be hard working, enduring as the world will not be tolerant as the school environment they have been adapted with for the past two years

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with euphoria the SHUMAS director gave words of thanks to the ROTARY CLUB KUMBO  for not relenting efforts  in partnership with  SHUMAS  and providing start up material for the trainees ,giving a brief clew on the rehab center he spelled out the centers main objective  being to empower those with disabilities socio economically and to insert them as development partners .we have got dormitory  facilities for free to trainees and trainers ,feeding fee of 300 frs for those lodging with 3 square meals a day to name a few..

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Present was the D.O for Bamenda 3 who laid emphasis on disability not being inability and encouraged the graduates and their families to see the graduates through as the lay their workshops. The ceremony ended up with a word of thanks from one of the students thanking SHUMAS and the ROTARY CLUB KUMBO for helping them realize

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GBHS SODIKO latest to benefit from SHUMAS benevolence

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The Strategic Humanitarian Services (SHUMAS) Cameroon and her partners, Building Schools for Africa (BSFA) extend their benevolence to Sodiko located in Douala IV sub division, Wouri Division, Littoral Region of Cameroon. GBHS Sodiko, a school with the population of about 1000 students finally fine a reason to jubilate after existing for 24years without a science laboratory. The ceremony which took place on the 8th of February, 2018 under the auspices of the Director general for SHUMAS, Nformi Ndzerem Stephen Njodzeka Stephen the divisional officer for Douala IV sub division, Ekoa Mbarga Jean Mark which they both urge the community to fully embrace the gift and ensures sustainability. The event was spiced with drama from student on the important of sciences education, dancing and jubilation from students and community traditional groups. 5 traditional rulers marked present,

  • Chief Hiko Oli IV of Sodiko Village, Bele Bele paramountcy. SM ESSOMBEY NDAMBWE Ness R.
  • Chief of Bonendale I. Ndoumbe Emmanuel
  • Chief of Liongo, Buea. Mafany Njie Martin
  • The Paramount Fon of Nso represented by Shufai Yuwar
  • Chief of Akati II Djidjilevo from Benin, Azombaki Williams Hope K

During the ceremony, the Director General for SHUMAS was honored with the title Elolombe 1 of SODIKO (a very respectful and honoured title in the Sodiko community)

The project component includes the construction and equipping of a modern science laboratory for physics, chemistry, biology, geology and home economics.

 

 

SHUMAS Cameroon and partners BSFA handed over newly constructed classrooms and equipment to Ecole publique de Kalong in MBAM and INOUBOU Division, Center Region

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The Strategic Humanitarian Services (SHUMAS) Cameroon and its partners, Building Schools for Africa (BSFA), handed over a school project to the community of Kalong, KON YAMBETTA sub division, MBAM and INOUBOU Division of the Center Region Cameroon. A ceremony which took place on the 31th of January 2018 was chaired under the auspices of the General coordinator of SHUMAS, the SDO for KON YAMBETTA sub division, it is their wish to see an improvement in education situation of the people. They urged the community to fully embrace the gifts and ensure sustainability. This occasion like no other in the community helped to bring to together the people of Kalong who have been in bias for many years.
The event was crowned by joyful dancing from community social groups, school pupils and teachers who showed their gratitude and thanked SHUMAS for her kind gesture.
The project had the following components:
• Construction of 3 classrooms, with office and store
• Modern toilet block with hand washing facility
• 27 benches,
• 4 tables and 4 chairs

ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT (3months 100% Nema) piglets Available

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The management of SHUMAS CAMEROON announces to the General public that   3 months Piglets (100% Nema) are available for sale, interested person can visit SHUMAS Rehab center at Mile 6 Nkwen, Bamenda, or call the numbers 679852090, 679140596 or 679133929 to place your commands

 

Also available are good quality Maize, Beans and huckleberry all organic

 

SHUMAS and Partner World Veritable Center + MINADER in line with Urban Food plus project trained Community based Farmers on Cheapest way to Produces organic fertilizer with the used if corn corps called BIOCHAR to improve soil fertility and maintain productivity in plants in the context of North West Region Cameroon

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After two successful trainings some years back with major aims on educating farming on cheapest ways to produce organic fertilizers with use on corn corps (Biochar) and how to manage pesticides, SHUMAS and her partners World Veritable Center + MINADER completed yet another training which consisted of both theory and practical, reaching more farmers with similar objectives,
Activities carried out include:
• Presentations of sample farms
• Demonstration of Biochar training