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Giving disadvantaged Children and Youths education and vocational training by the allocation of yearly renewable stipends. Focus at the moment is Kamerun and in the long run Afrika as a whole.
Welcome to the homepage of the Kamerun4AfrikaClub!

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Damit wir auch in Zukunft von Spenden aus aller Welt profitieren können, brauchen wir Fürsprecher und Unterstützer. Beim Besuch unserer Projektseite kann man (nach Registrierung) einige nette Worte über unseren Verein hinterlassen. Jeder Beitrag hilft, unsere Glaubwürdigkeit zu steigern und andere davon zu überzeugen, dass wir gewissenhaft arbeiten, dass das Geld auch wirklich dort ankommt, wo es gebraucht wird und das unsere Projekte kein „Fake“ (Schwindel) sind.

Wie das alles funktioniert erfahren Sie nach einem Besuch auf unsere Seite.

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You can support us by buying one of our products (T-Shirts, cups, notebook bags et cetera).
The profits of the sale shall come to the good of the association. In this manner, you will be helping immensely in the realisation of our projects. The manufacturers of the garments carry the logo of the FairWear Foundation on their homepages. With this logo they are obliged to act according to the conventions of the International Labour Organisation (ILO). Conventions 29 and 105 state that there shall be no use of forced, including bonded or prison labour.

You can read more about the FairWear Foudation from their website. We thank you abundantly for your purchase.



If you have not found your ideal article in our shop, that is no problem. You can search for your article of interest in the website of Spreadshirt in combination with the use of the logo of Kamerun4AfrikaClub e.V. The proceeds of your purchase will come to the good of our association.

You can do this by applying the following steps:

1. Scroll down on our shop page.
2. Click on the button “Spreadshirt” on the right hand corner of the page.
3. Go to the menu “Create your own” and three sub-menus will pop up.
4. By clicking on the sub-menu “APPAREL” you will be able to select your article of interest.
5. Now click on the sub-menu “DESIGNS” and give in the search field the following words “Kamerun Afrika Verein” (without quotation marks) and the logo of Kamerun4AfrikaClub e. V. will appear.
6. By clicking the logo you will be automatically placing it on your article of choice. Underneath your article of choice by “Edit Design” you can modify the logo e.g. changing the colour, position and size.
7. Now you can choose the size of your article and click on the button “Add to Basket”.

PS! In order to do a successful purchase by SpreadShirt, a registration is mandatory. This is for your own interest so that your data can not be abused by a third party. You can cancel your registration immediately if you so desire.

Please bear in mind that you cannot uncontrollably reduce the size of the logo because this will cause technical problems during production process.


Please click on this logo, to visit our shop:
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The music of a war child - Emmanuel Jal

 


For five years, young Emmanuel Jal fought as a child soldier in the Sudan. Rescued by an aid worker, he's become an international hip-hop star and an activist for kids in war zones. In words and lyrics, he tells the story of his amazing life.Emmanuel Jal's hypnotic voice rises from hellish origins as a beacon of hope for those caught in seemingly endless cycles of war and despair.


The danger of a single story by Chimamanda Adichie


Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice -- and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.

Inspired by Nigerian history and tragedies all but forgotten by recent generations of westerners, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s novels and stories are jewels in the crown of diasporan literature. Stereotypes are sometimes true but they should be complete to give the full story.


The boy who harnessed the wind - William Kamkwamba


William Kamkwamba, from Malawi, is a born inventor. When he was 14, he built an electricity-producing windmill from spare parts and scrap, working from rough plans he found in a library book called Using Energy and modifying them to fit his needs. The windmill he built powers four lights and two radios in his family home. William was on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart of CNN. He also had this appeal to young people not to give up and to believe in the aspirations.


Andrew Mwenda takes a new look at Africa


In this provocative talk, journalist Andrew Mwenda asks us to reframe the "African question" -- to look beyond the media's stories of poverty, civil war and helplessness and see the opportunities for creating wealth and happiness throughout the continent.

Andrew Mwenda is a print, radio and television journalist, and an active critic of many forms of Western aid to Africa. Too much of the aid from rich nations, he says, goes to the worst African countries to fuel war and government abuse. Such money not only never gets to its intended recipients, Africa's truly needy -- it actively plays a part in making their lives worse.


Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala on aid versus trade


Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the former finance minister of Nigeria, sums up four days of intense discussion on aid versus trade on the closing day of TEDGlobal 2007, and shares a personal story explaining her own commitment to this cause.

As the first female Finance Minister in Nigeria, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala attacked corruption to make the country more desirable for foreign investment and job creation. Now as a director of the World Bank and head of the Makeda Fund, she works for change in all of Africa.


Just the other side of Mama Africa


This is a must-see. Very awesome!

Questions to Child Sponsorship:

{slide=What does it cost to sponsor a child?}An annual regular commitment of 120 € a year which will last for the duration for one school year. Donations are tax deductible as allowable by law. Tax receipts are sent at the end of each year.{/slide}
{slide=How can I pay for my sponsorship?}You can do this by filling our membership form. Click here to download the form. You can allow us to debit your account directly if you are resident in Germany. We also accept payment by conventional bank transfer or by PayPal. For more payment possibilities, please click on the “Donations” section of this homepage.{/slide}
{slide=How much of my donations goes to the child I am sponsoring?}Kamerun4AfrikaClub e.V. is compliant with non–profit standards. The 120 € is an approximate amount to cover tuition fees, school uniforms and necessary text books for a child during an academic year. This amount can rise and fall depending on the school and the child in question.{/slide}
{slide=What if I am not able to make a payment?}While it is important to understand that your commitment allows Kamerun4AfrikaClub e.V. to fulfill its commitment to the children, if you are experiencing financial challenges please contact our office.{/slide}
{slide=How does my child benefit by my support?}Your financial support will help your child achieve a better life in their future; it pays for their school fees, uniforms and necessary textbooks. Your child will be uplifted by your encouragement, love and prayers.{/slide}
{slide=Will I be able to correspond with my child?}You would be in regular contact with your child during your period of sponsorship. A teacher or assistant will help a younger child who has not yet learned to write, or could receive a lovely drawing in lieu of a written letter.

We encourage you to write to your sponsored child. More information about how to write to your child will be sent to you once you become a sponsor.

Your letters are treasured by the children. It is very special to them that someone they have never met loves them enough to provide a future for them. The children love to hear about your family and friends, your daily activities, the foods you eat, the types of animals in your area, and the seasons in your part of the world. All letters are directed through our office. We do our best to ensure the privacy and safety of both our children and sponsors.{/slide}
{slide=Can I continue corresponding with my child after I no longer sponsor them?}No. At this time Kamerun4AfrikaClub e.V. only accommodates letters between sponsored children and their current sponsors.{/slide}
{slide=Can I send gifts to my child?}No. Due to the high costs of shipping, complex customs and border regulations in Cameroon and in many African countries, and fairness to all our children, Kameun4AfrikaClub e.V. does not allow gifts. However, at Christmas you will be given the opportunity to donate towards a special gift for your child that will be purchased in their country; this has the added benefit of being an investment into their country’s economy. This is always a practical gift that will also benefit the whole family. Examples include: towels and toiletries, school supplies, a mattress, etc. Please refrain from sending your sponsored child money or birthday gifts.{/slide}
{slide=Can I visit my sponsored child?}Absolutely! This is always a life–changing event for both children and their sponsors. If you are planning a trip to the area your child lives in, simply contact our office and we will make necessary arrangements for you to meet your child.{/slide}
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Ein Mensch sollte nicht von einem anderen Menschen abhängig sein. Aus diesem Grund setzt sich der Kamerun4AfrikaClub e.V. für eine Schul- und Berufsausbildung seiner Stipendiaten ein. Mit dieser Ausbildung geben wir den Menschen in Kamerun eine Perspektive und ermöglichen ihnen ihr Leben selbst zu bestimmen.

"Man hilft den Menschen nicht, wenn man für sie tut, was sie für sich selbst tun können." -Abraham Lincoln

Ausgebildete Menschen tragen aktiv zur Gestaltung der lokalen Wirtschaft bei und ermöglichen so weiteren Menschen Arbeit und Ausbildung. Mit Ihrer Hilfe können wir zusammen diesen positiven Impuls geben.

Bildung war mein Schild, mein Schwert und mein Olivenzweig. Helfen Sie den Menschen für sich selbst zu sorgen. Ihr Akuma Saningong

Positionierung und Kernbotschaft - Einmal Zukunft bitte!

KAC e.V. – Der Wegbereiter für Kinder und Jugendliche in Kamerun!

Als Wegbereiter ermöglicht der KAC e.V. bedürftigen Kindern nicht nur (Aus-)Bildung, sondern begleitet sie auch auf ihrem beruflichen Weg in die Zukunft.

Der KAC e.V. nutzt die Erfahrungen seiner Mitglieder, um nach bestem Wissen und Gewissen den kamerunischen Kindern und Jugendlichen, die Hilfe auf ihrem beruflichen Weg in die Zukunft benötigen, Perspektiven durch (Aus-)Bildung zu ermöglichen.

Die Kamerun4AfrikaClub Philosophie "Vertrauen schaffen durch Transparenz"! Das ist der zentrale Pfeiler unserer Vereinskultur.
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