Cameroon

The Orange Cameroon Foundation was established in 2009. Since its inception, it has worked on basic education, healthcare for people with communication-related disabilities, professional training and culture.

News

News

  • Child healthcare: four children successfully undergo surgery!

    Child healthcare: four children successfully undergo surgery!

    Michele Archange, Ettien Hughes, Penda, Michael and Ange Karen were born and are growing up in different African countries. They suffer from heart malformations, and their families cannot access the medical procedures they need. With...
  • Working for the displaced in Cameroon

    Working for the displaced in Cameroon

    For several months now a severe humanitarian emergency has been afflicting populations in the north of Cameroon. Orange Foundation Cameroon has contributed to funding three water sources in three separate villages, to provide access to...
  • More women's digital centres to come!

    More women’s digital centres to come!

    Launched in 2015, the "women’s digital centres” program for the empowerment of women currently focuses on Africa. However 2016 will see the launch of several digital centres in France. It’s a step in the right direction for this program,...
  • Marie Crescence Ngobo: "practical solutions to the financial issues of women in Cameroon"

    Marie Crescence Ngobo: "practical solutions to the financial issues of women in...

    Marie Cresence Ngobo assists and trains women in business activities in Cameroon. She specifically supports them in business management and accounts. She has been carrying out this work for several years and we are now rewarding her in...
  • Bonepoupa, 18 months on

    Bonepoupa, 18 months on

    We are always keenly interested in the long-term impact of our actions. Our return to Bonepoupa, the first Orange Village in Cameroon, 18 months after its inauguration, reaffirmed our belief in the project's usefulness. It was...
projects

Examples of supported projects

5 projects found

  • Solidarity FabLabs: the Ongola FabLab project

    In Cameroon, at the Campus Numérique Francophone (CNF) in Yaoundé, the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) wants to create a FabLab for vulnerable young people looking for a job. Project title: Ongola FabLab Summary: The Ongola Fablab project aims to...
  • Operations funded for five underprivileged children with heart defects

    Since 2005, in African countries where Orange operates, we have been working to improve the health of children under 5 and mothers in difficulty. With the support of the Orange Foundation, the association ‘Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque Enfants du Monde’ (heart surgery...
  • Healing obstetric fistula

    Since 2005, in African countries where Orange operates, we have been working to improve the health of children under 5 and mothers in difficulty. In Cameroon in 2011, 20,000 women were suffering or had suffered from obstetric fistula (Source: Cameroon Statistics...
  • Digital Education in Libraries

    Libraries Without Borders and the Orange Foundation are synergizing their resources to roll out the Khan Academy to French speakers worldwide: LWB is introducing Khan Academy at next-generation libraries that use new technologies to provide free remote access: In...
  • Three major projects for the visually impaired

    Training for teachers of blind and partially sighted pupils The Orange Foundation organised a seminar to train 15 teachers from 14 specialised schools. The programme addressed their needs in specific areas such as integral Braille, mathematical and arithmetical...