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

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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

#ANNOUNCEMENT# The general public is hereby informed that SHUMAS BIOFARM TRAINING Centre KUMBO will be sending her staff to the community of Oku on the 29th January 2018 to carry out late recruit of youths and farmers on a ten month training that starts this January 24th 2018.

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The general public is hereby informed that SHUMAS BIOFARM TRAINING Centre KUMBO will be sending her staff to the community of Oku on the 29th January 2018 to carry out late recruit of youths and farmers on a ten month training that starts this January 24th 2018.

This training is on organic agriculture and shall cover areas such as;

  • Livestock

o   Cattle rearing,

o   Sheep farming,

o   Pig farming,

o   Fish farming

o   Poultry,

o   Apiculture (keeping of bees)

  • Crops;

o   Market gardening

o   Maize crops production

  • Renewable energy

o   Biogas

  • Agro-forestry

The training is for:

  • Those with at least first school leaving certificates, and age 16 to 35 years.

Registration is 10,000 FRS and training is free with free housing, water, light and mattresses.

Upon completion we settle you with the material of about two hundred and fifty thousand francs; 250,000 FRS.

For more information contact; 677 755 630, 696 94 75 60, 677 84 54 88

CETIC BANOCK latest community to benefit from SHUMAS school construction project

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After carrying out a feasibility sometimes in 2017, SHUMAS later short-listed CETIC BANOCK to benefit from SHUMAS school construction projects in 2018. SHUMAS and the community of Banock in Penka Michel Sub Division, Menoua Division represented by the Chief , PTA chairperson, and the Head Teacher of the school signed a protocol agreement on the 12th of January 2018, Spelling out the responsibilities of either of the parties for the project. SHUMAS

nd partner Building Schools For Africa (BSFA.UK) will therefore carry out a project in CETIC BANOCK which consists of;
1. Construction of 3 classrooms
2. Construction of head teacher’s office and a store
3. Construction of a 3-compartment toilet block with hand washing facility
4. Provision of 27 benches, 3 tables and 3 chairs
The project seeks to Improve on the teaching learning process in the school, through the provision of adequate and infrastructures and equipment. Specific objectives of the project include;
i. Improve on the enrollment of the school by 50% from the 2017/2018 academic year
ii. Improve on the performance of pupils by 50% in both class and end of course examinations
iii. Improve the hygienic and sanitation conditions of the school.
The project is expected to start by the 21st of January, 2018 and will be completed within 6 weeks.

SHUMAS and Partners UNICEF and MINSANTE, extend training on the communication, vaccination calendar, causes and effects of polio and strategies to identify children lost to follow-up as well as monitoring supplementary vaccination campaigns in 5 communities in North West Region. Cameroon.

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After a successful training in Kouoptamo, Banourain, Foumbot, Mifi and Malantouen all in West Region, SHUMAS and her partners The United Nations International Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and MINSANTE, extend training to 5 communities in North West Region which include Bali, Bafut, Mbemgwi, Batibo, and Benakuma. Here, women groups, community base organization(CBO’s) and leaders have been trained to implement this training in their various communities with objectives to improve routine and supplementary vaccination coverage through the training of women groups, community based organizations (CBOs) and community leaders on communication, vaccination calendar, causes and effects of polio and strategies to identify children lost to follow-up as well as monitoring supplementary vaccination campaigns.