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Cameroon YES’16 alumni Welcome ceremony From the 14-15 and 17th June, 2019

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Écrit par gestionnaire Mercredi, 07 Août 2019 11:56

On the 06/14/2019, the YES’16 arrived Cameroon.

They were warmly welcomed by their parents and the YES alumni family in Cameroon.

On 06/15/2019, the iEARN office officially did a welcome orientation for the YES’16. At the orientation the program coordinator Mr. Francois Donfack gave a welcome speech and evaluated the reports of each alumni. Afterwards, each alumni shared their experience of life in the U.S, and lessons learnt while on exchange.

The Official welcome ceremony was held at the U.S embassy, on 06/17/2019 with the YES alumni and guests (iEARN office, friends and family of returning alumni and Cameroon YES alumni present. They were warmly welcomed by the Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) Vernelle Fitz Patrick, Public Affairs Officer Lee McManis, and Cultural Attache Will Romine.

 

Sharing the Easter Joy with the less Privilege In Santa (Bamenda) May /16th /2019

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Mise à jour le Mardi, 04 Juin 2019 23:48 Écrit par gestionnaire Mardi, 04 Juin 2019 23:44

Cameroon YES Alumni activities: (Sharing the Easter Joy with the less Privilege). In Santa (Bamenda) May /16th /2019

 

The YES alumni in Bamenda held an activity in Emmanuel Sisterhood Centre, Mile 04 Akum-Santa. They arrived at the centre at 10am and were warmly welcomed by a series of singing from the inhabitants of the centre. The YES alumni presented their gifts (some clothes, foodstuff). An opening prayer was lidded by Nadege Flora Dze YES'14, followed by a welcome speech from Sister DIVINE, the director of the centre. Collins Tadjon YES’18 then proceeded with a speech in which he explained the reason why he chose to do this project. In his speech, he equally thanked the Director of the centre for the great job they are doing in gathering and tending to the needs of the kids in whatever means they can. The alumni started with a sign game to help them memorize sign counting, and then they were paired and asked to partake in a short sign conversation so as to memorize the words, phrases learned and familiarize their selves with signing. A dancing competition followed by a singing competition was held in which the inhabitants of the centre were grouped according to age groups and they danced and a winner was declared from each group. They had an exclusive competition among the deaf and alumni.

 

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Cameroon YES Alumni activities: Global Youth Service Day (LENDING A HELPING HAND; iCARE About You) In Buea April /13th /2019

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Mise à jour le Mardi, 21 Mai 2019 00:28 Écrit par gestionnaire Lundi, 20 Mai 2019 23:53

Cameroon YES Alumni activities: Global Youth Service Day:

(LENDING A HELPING HAND; iCARE About You)

In Buea April /13th /2019

This year, for the Global Youth Service Day (GYSD), YES alumni in Buea, visited the orphanage (HOTPEC). The ages of children at that orphanage ranges from few days till 26 years. They are in need of assistance for survival. To make this project more sustainable, lessons on soap production was given to the orphanage. This in turn helped to reduce their expenditures. Also, a volunteer Opted to train the older orphans on book binding skills, this could help the older children gain skills for entrepreneurship.

The turnout was unbelievable. More than 100 orphans present, 10parents, caretakers 30 volunteers (classmates, friends, church members etc.)

Everyone was very excited. They learnt how to produce soap, how to make books.  They learnt several songs, ate and played together. Everything was a success. Merville Daizy Njounkeng Keabouh (YES(16) said: I can't wait to write a story of their visit to HOTPEC. 😄

There was also a letter exchange section. The children wrote replies to the letters they received from their friends.

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Cameroon YES Alumni activities (Sharing love with the Waived and Disable Kids) In Yaounde March /30th /2019

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Mise à jour le Mardi, 21 Mai 2019 00:41 Écrit par gestionnaire Lundi, 20 Mai 2019 23:36

Cameroon YES Alumni activities (Sharing love with the Waived and Disable Kids)

In Yaounde March /30th /2019

The YES Alumni Association of Yaounde visited an orphanage in LADA, a small village located on the outskirt of Yaounde. During this visit, the Alumni got interact with the children and see the environment in which they leave. The Alumni organised two sessions during which they taught the kids the basics of English. At the end of the day, the director of the orphanage Mr Aristide Zee was very happy and asked the Alumni to come soon.

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Cameroon YES Alumni activities (Youth Bilingualism contest) in Douala February/21/2018

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Écrit par gestionnaire Mardi, 12 Mars 2019 13:39

The YES alumni in Douala organized activities such as game, traditional dances, quiz, karaoke and drawing to celebrate the national youth day this year. The event was held at GBHS Bepanda with the students of grade 11 and 12. Nike Ange Djiade YES'17 introduced his selves and talk about his experience in USA. Evangeline Safeh YES’12 the alumni association President, also introduced her selves and talked about her experience in the USA and she also talked about leadership, she asked some questions about leadership and the students answered. Jalane Maeva Tsague YES’17 also explained how she enjoyed her stay in USA. The event continued with game, traditional dances, quiz, and karaoke and drawing in which several students participated.

 

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