Month: February 2018
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
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
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