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Literacy DAY 2017: BOOKS 4 ALL KIDS 2017 PROGRAMME

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Literacy DAY 2017: BOOKS 4 ALL KIDS 2017 PROGRAMME

 

The occasion began with the arrival of the Representatives of the Menoua Divisional Delegate of Basic Education. The Delegate could not make it for the event because he had a meeting. Following this arrival was the singing of the National Anthem that marked the beginning of the occasion. HIGHLIGHTS The donation ceremony took place in GBPS Group II in the presence of: - 5 Representatives of the Delegate - 1 Representative of the Sub Divisional Inspector of Basic Education - Mr. Ndipisiri Bernard Awah (Headmaster of Group I) - Mrs. Catherine Awungafac (Headmistress of Group II) - Ms. Evangeline Safeh (President of the CYAA) - Teachers - YES Alumni - Atemlefac Nkeng-Asong - Dze Nadege Flora - Zamo De Lekelem Yasser - Dongmo Maxime Ymelong - The pupils and their parents - Other invitees.

 

For more information, click HERE to download the complete report.

 

MAKES A DIFFERENCE DAY (MAD Day) 2017

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Mise à jour le Samedi, 04 Novembre 2017 09:30 Écrit par gestionnaire Samedi, 04 Novembre 2017 09:12

 

MAKES A DIFFERENCE DAY (MAD Day) 2017


BLOOD DONATION

 

WHY?

Blood donation is something rarely done by many Cameroonians today, unless a member of their family or acquaintance is really in need of one. Many consider it as a taboo, thinking their blood will be used for something else or more than that, that it is sold. What if we Make A Difference and change this by not only doing that but sharing with our volunteers the importance of blood donation . You've surely heard about Cancer, did you know that a cancer patient under chemotherapy needs about 6 to 10 pints of blood per week? (Red cross) 400,000 pints are needed but only about 70,000 are provided per year. A pint of blood can save not only one life but more than one. So what would you do if you had the ability to save someone's life or made it last longer? Because we have the ability to do so.

REQUIREMENTS AND DETAILS OF THE PROJECT

WHEN?

On MAD day 2017; October 28, 2017

•WHERE??

HÔPITAL GÉNÉRAL

  • •BY WHOM (Volunteers)

Alumni in Douala (or out) plus their volunteers (at least 2 each)

Nevertheless, a minimum amount of 20 volunteers are needed for the effectiveness of the project.

NB: The doctor who provided the information emphasized on the fact that volunteers when arriving the hospitals are first of all just candidates only. It is only after the checkup that clarifies if you can donate or not, that you are now considered as a donor or a non-donor.The donors should be

atleast 17 years old and healthy.

 

2- The doctor said that the hospital is offering some snacks to the donors after donation

 

3- Alumni Contribution


HOW?

 

1)POSTERS

Posters will be another method other than people, to share the information with the public, via the CYAA’s Facebook page, Twitter account etc.


2) PARTICIPATION OF THE ALUMNI

TBD

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DONORS

Before donation

  1. i.The night before, get a good night of sleep.
  2. ii.Be well hydrated, that is drink enough water or nonalcoholic drink (which will be provided by us)
  3. iii.Have a healthy meal (fatty food may affect the test done on the blood, Red Cross)
  4. iv.Wear clothing with sleeves that can be raised above the elbow.

The during and after donation requirements will be given at the spot.

ABOUT THE SENSITISATION

A doctor at the hospital’s blood bank will sensitise for some few minutes on the importance of blood donation and the procedure of what will happen to the blood donated from the donation to the end point (the patient).

The last part will be a question and answer moment between the volunteers and the doctor.


 

PDO 2017 Workshop with MINESEC and YES Program in Buea.

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This day was marked by the presence of, Mr Ebone Paul Tiku (The Technical Adviser n1 from the Ministry of the Secondary Education), the US Embassy Gerald Chilla, Mbua Hannah Etonde (the principal of Bilingual Grammar School Molyko Buea), Margaret Bibum (Buea School for the deaf), Leke Philip (the principal of Inter comprehensive college), Nkeng Julienne (Summerset Bilingual School Molyko), Sylvie Bantar and Stephane Talla the Journalist from CRTV Buea; Paul Enone the Cameraman also from CRTV Buea; YES´18 Parents, Invitees and YES Staff. The activities started with a welcome speech and a brief presentation of the YES program by François Donfack the National Coordinator. He also does and expose on the Challenge and way forward. Thereafter, there was a speech by Mr Ebome Paul Tiku (The Technical Adviser n1 at the Ministry of the Secondary Education expressing the joy of the Ministry of Secondary Education), he thanked the Coordinator François and staff for the great job they did and encourage the YES´18 Finalists in their choice of becoming cultural ambassador for, they will have to represent Cameroon in the US. He particularly talked about Family life in USA, US laws and implications for exchange student. The US Embassy Gerald Chilla also expressed the joy of the US Embassy each year to see some Cameroonians benefit from the scholarship offered by the YES program. Also, he urged the Finalists to become ambassadors of Cameroon in their respective host communities in the US.

 

Below are some pictures of the event:

   

PDO 2017 Week: Workshop with YES´18 Finalist (BUEA)

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Mise à jour le Mercredi, 09 Août 2017 11:54 Écrit par gestionnaire Mercredi, 09 Août 2017 10:28

The PDO 2017 week workshop took place at Bilingual Grammar School Molyko Buea.

YES alumni, YES staffs instructed the YES´18 Finalist and parents on topics such as; what is culture and cultural shock, Understanding culture, what it means to be a little ambassador, travel logistics, problem solving, encountering racism in schools and Budgeting matter. YES alumni also spiced the event by sharing their experiences which were so captivating for both the YES´18 Finalists and their parents. YES´18 Finalists also presented to their parents and Invitees, the knowledge they acquired during their one month training at iEARN schoolNet office in Douala.

  Below are some pictures of the event:

 

Cameroon YES´18 in Yaoundé for VISA Issue

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François Donfack (the Director), took the YES´18 finalist to Yaoundé for their Visa issue. Everything went on very well and they came back safely.

   

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