ALUMNI

A Push to Academic Success by Cameroon YES Alumni in Douala, Dschang and Yaoundé

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A Push to Academic Success by Cameroon YES Alumni in

Douala, Dschang and Yaoundé

May, 1st to May 30th, 2017

 

A push to academic success  was organized in different cities by the Cameroon YES alumni like:  Evangeline Safeh (YES´12) in Douala, Joseph Lambeh (YES´13) in Yaoundé and Maxime Dongmo (YES´1) in Dschang. The activity started from May 1st to May 30, 2017.  All through the month of May, each alumni assisted at least ten pupils or student preparing for an official exam in his/her neighborhood, twice or thrice a week, two hours per session.

 

 

 

 

From this link you can have some pictures:

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Cameroon YES Alumni GYSD Activities in Douala April/22/2017

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Cameroon YES Alumni GYSD Activities in Douala

April/22/2017

The YES alumni in Douala visited and Orphanage call la Compassion in Bonaloka. The ceremony kicked off at 2 Am with the arrival of YES alumni and YES Staff at the orphanage. Then a word of prayer by Hilar Kencley (YES´13), follow with the presentation of the CYAA activities by Evangeline Safeh (YES´12) the president and a welcome word from Bieguélé Madeleine the orphan´s´ care taker. The children welcomed the YES alumni with songs, Lele Josiane (YES´12) coordinated a game session, Clementine Nobosse (YES´11) thought the kids a song, and everyone was having fun. The YES alumni continue by distributing gifts to the kids and they were excited as they opened their bags full of clothes. And orphan called (Browndon) said: YES will never be NO. The kids were very happy and asked the YES alumni to come again next year. The day ended with picture-taking, refreshments, closing speech and a last word of prayers by an orphan called (Chanceline).

 

 

From this link you can have some pictures:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/125794883@N02/albums/72157680186721903

 

 

Cameroon YES Alumni in Douala Empowering Girls, Leaders of tomorrow program Activity in Douala

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Cameroon YES Alumni in Douala Empowering Girls,

Leaders of tomorrow program Activity in Douala

March 03/15/2017

 

The YES alumni in Douala decided to make the women´s day impactful. They decided to let the young teenage girls of the high school (Lycée de Maképé of Douala) know that they are too changing the status and the place of the women. Evangeline Safeh (YES´12) first exposed on the theme of the IWD Women in a world in evolution, planet 50-50 by 2030.  Clementine Nobousse (YES´12) continue by exposing on the slowing agents of the emancipation of women such as illiteracy. Taking example of the Northem girls, she showed the consequences of non-education and illiteracy both on the social life of girl and the economic view. They also deeply talked about the importance of good health condition for women. Claude Essomba (YES´14) also talked about consequence of early pregnancy and sexuality in high school. She explained the issue of breast cancer. And they ended with 10 tips to be successful leader.

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Cameroon YES Alumni Dschang English Language and Culture Promotion Program (ELCPP) activities in Yaoundé

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Cameroon YES Alumni Dschang English Language and Culture Promotion Program (ELCPP) activities in Yaoundé

February 02/8, 10, 15, 17/2017

 

The YES alumni Dschang decided to do an English Language and Culture Promotion Program (ELCPP). The first session, the YES alumni Dongmo Ymelong (YES´14) got to work with the CM2 and CM1 classes and to go through a set of essential notions before introducing a new activity to both classes. In summary the first week, the YES alumni in Dschang did:  The Reading and Listening Comprehension: they used two short texts for this activity. The YES alumni Dongmo Ymelong (YES´14) was reading, while the students were listening and telling him what they got, which difficult words and they made a small summary of the text.  Then they had reading comprehension questions, which help the students further in getting the sense of the text and improving their understanding of English language. The next was Grammar (verbs and tenses): the alumni also reviewed grammar notions and particularly the present and past tense of some verbs. They also reviewed pronouns to easily apply grammar rules in English. Then at last, they did Vocabulary: it was based on the texts the YES alumni previously mentioned. Students would identify objects on pictures, describing what is going on the images. This allowed them to work first on their expression, then to do vocabulary and finally listening. Then the last week, the YES alumni introduce the new activity which the main topic was Colors, Shapes and speaking. They also played game and sang to entertain the students. They started with shapes and the YES alumni Dongmo introduced the five main shapes: the square, the triangle, the rectangle, the circle and the star.  They listed all together ten colors (green, red, yellow, blue, brown, black, white, orange, pink and purple).

 

From this link you can have some pictures

 

 

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Cameroon YES Alumni Yaoundé Environmental project activities in Yaoundé

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Cameroon YES Alumni Yaoundé Environmental project activities in Yaoundé

January/27/2017

 

YES alumni Yaoundé (YAY) selected the project on planting trees and flowers. This School project is aimed at bringing their humble support to the global struggle against global warming through the planting of plants such as trees and flowers. Also the YES alumni made the school garden clean by taking out the weeds and bad herbs. The event started at 10 am in the Ecole Publique d´Application de Melen II in Yaoundé, with the participation of the school Director Mr Olinga Olinga, teachers and students. The YES alumni went on by digging holes with the help of some students from the school then continuous by planting trees and flowers. After that, they also clean the school compound.

 

Below are pictures

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