Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Take an action toward Madiba Cameroon 2016

As we do annually, delivering impact to communities since 2011, This year again we are taking the road of Batibo a great city in the North West Region of Cameroon.
There we expect to have +100 participant receiving training on topics such as ICT, Health and deseases prevention, Languages, Cultural workshops...
From July 10th to August 27th 2016, We will be leaving our marks with an international volunteers team.
We are calling for your attention and requesting your help even without travelling. Those +100 children and teanagers need your any kind of support: Unused clothes, Tooth paste, Tooth brushes, exercise books, pencils, pens, books...
Contact us: Phone/Whatsapp: +237 677 795 929 | 676 467 238. Email: project@webdevfoundation.org. We will make sure to collect your contribution and bring it to the needed target.
Thank you very much
WebDev Foundation Team

Thursday, 21 April 2016


For the 6th consecutive year, we are happy to announce our upcoming project in Cameroon. This year focus will be given to Batibo, A village located in the North-West Region of Cameroon.

About Batibo:
Batibo is a town in Cameroon, Africa. It is located along the Trans-African Highway, 27 miles west of Bamenda. Batibo is the economic, social, political and cultural heartbeat of Moghamo as well as the Greater Widikum tribe. Batibo, formerly referred to as Aghwi, is home to a people including farmers, traders, and craftsmen.
Batibo culture portrays itself in rhythmic music, traditional outfits, artwork, and folklore and traditional rites. Batibo is sandwiched between the savannah and the tropical forests. The transitional climatic and vegetation zones have endowed the people with subsistent and cash crops. Crops include yams, beans, corn, peanuts,cassava, potatoes, tomatoes, bananas and plantains. Also cultivated in Batibo are perennial trees that produce palm nuts, plums, cashew nuts, kolanuts, coffee and cocoa. Fruits and vegetables grown include pineapples, passion fruitguavasugar cane, monkey kola, berries, okra, Bitter leaf, leeks, oranges, avocadoswater melon and pawpaw.

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Saturday, 14 December 2013

Summer project - MADIBA Cameroon 2014

Welcome "MADIBA CAMEROON 2014"
Nelson Mandela, Nobel Price in 1993 for his engagement for Peace in South Africa and Worldwide is named today as the great leader, the best example of powerful Worldwide citizen.
We decided to set this project under his memorial because:
- Of his inspired messages toward the usage of Education as Weapon for Education
- He inspired by his actions despite the difficulties he faced to solve the racial discrimination in South Africa after 27 years being in jail.
- He have brought all the worldwide leaders to understand the meaning of freedom and peace.
He said:
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world"

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Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Funraising Campaign for Summer Project | Thanks for Donate

Summer Projects are provided to empower residents in rural areas on the topics of Health, Information Technology, Entrepreneurship and Social Responsibility. We provide programs in the villages of Bangoua and Babouantou. The trainings, sensitizations and workshops introduce them to help understand the socio-economical problems effecting them and promotes finding sustainable solutions. We provided trainings to more than 150 people (males and females) from 4 to 40 years old each summer.

What is the issue, problem, or challenge?

Located in the province of West Cameroon, Bangoua and Babouantou suffer from underdevelopment with a lack of resources and infrastructure.

How will this project solve this problem?

Our projects will provide education and resources to enable the local population, adults and children, to identify opportunities in their environment that would help promote economic activity and alleviate poverty. The training, along with tools such as computers, technology and health information, aims to show national organizations that investment into the rural population is an important development opportunity for the success of all Cameroon.

Potential Long Term Impact

Our aim is to provide year round centers where former and potential students can utilize technology and information to help improve their lives. Continued use of these resources will potentially increase the need for general infrastructure such as roads, internet, water as a result from increased economic activity in these regions from new business activity.

Project Message

I believe everyone should be afforded the opportunity to improve their life. By providing knowledge, technology and inspiration we can allow the full potential of rural Cameroon to be realized.
- Timothy Smith, Project Coordinator