Within the framework of our long term engagement and strategy in providing quality primary education to orphans, vulnerable and needy children in our communities, we started in a rental apartment in September 2016 a holistic primary educational program.
The program is currently serving over 120 needy children and is blended with literacy, numeracy, psycho-social, emotional, outdoor activities and feeding support. Despite the ongoing socio-political upheavals that have paralyzed formal educational activities in several parts of the South and North West Regions of Cameroon, our centre has remained a safety net and a veritable force for the education of orphans, vulnerable and internally displaced children.
Tiko community with relatively stability has remained a refuge for many internally displaced people especially children and women. These children need humanitarian assistance but most importantly an education to guarantee them a brighter future. We believe education can’t wait and the right to education is non-negotiable and must be sustained even in the face of crisis.
However, many challenges have continued to hamper the effective running of our educational program among which include insufficient space to enrol many more children who have been approaching us on a daily basis