Education for the village Mballam in Cameroon
Development and education for the village Mballam in Cameroon
Development and education for the village Mballam in Kamerun- 5’000 CHF-
The pygmies or forest people is the oldest population group of the equatorial and tropical forests of Africa. The families of the village Mballan were forced 50 years ago to move close to the street. The village has 277 inhabitants and they live from hunting, fishing and agriculture (cassava, maize, maize, peanut, plantain). In order to allow some students a higher education the project aims to provide scholarships for five years to young talented pygmies.
BASAID contribution5000 CHF
Local contributionIt is planned that the students will during and after their studies return to their village to educate children and adults.
- Basaid: Daniela Gabriel