What We Do

We support Education and Life Skills among youth and minority groups in sub-saharan Africa.

We engage youth and girls from minority social groups in collaborative educational and life skills building projects. We support them through secondary education completion and provide them opportunity to access and use technology to acquire 21st century skills valuable for their social inclusion and professional growth. Our organization activities are training workshops, mentoring, and any humanitarian support from Volunteers, Partners and Donors.


Our Board:

We work with local Volunteers and Educators with various skills and professional background who take action for a more inclusive society.

Paul C Jiogo

Paul Jiogo is a Global Educator and Human rights advocate. He graduated in Bachelor’s Degree at Dschang University (West Africa) and holds a Master’s Degree in International Education and Human Rights. He served as Program Associate for International Education and Resource Network for many years and currently serves as Mandela Washington Fellowship applications reader and Employment Support Specialist for students and adults with disabilities respectively for IREX and Community Access Organizations.pcjiogo@gmail.com

Odovie Tsomo

Odovie Tsomo is a certified K-12 Teacher in Douala city . She holds a Master Degree in geography and Environment studies. she serves a General Secretary in our organization.

Hermine Voufo

Hermine Voufo is a certified Teacher. She owns a Bachelor's Degree in Biology and teaches K-12 students at a Bilingual Secondary school in Douala City. She serves as accountant in our Organization.

Nouredine Mama

K.L International Exchange Alumni, Medical College StudentProgram Associate , Community leader and workshops Facilitator.

Our Partners:

We work in partnership with local, regional and international NGO's, as well as companies and donors who support our mission.

Work with us

As we strive to grow, we believe in the power of Youth Empowerment and philanthropy to build more resilient, more inclusive and more peaceful communities.

Our books donation project helps equip rural and remote schools with computers to help them thrive.


Some of our volunteers are International Exchange Alumni, reaching out to remote and rural communities.


Our volunteers lead girls' rights workshops for at risk youth living in alternative care.

Participants win scholarships to complete secondary education.

Meet our 2020 Scholarships Winners.

Girls' Voices Movement 2020 Scholarships Awards and Appreciation.