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.

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DRC: when you've got drinking water, you can attend school!

DRC: when you’ve got drinking water, you can...

We use digital technology everywhere to advance education, professional training and healthcare, but some very isolated regions have no access to digital. That's where we focus our attention! This is the purpose of our Orange Villages programme. In the Democratic Republic of Congo village of...

Launch of the first edition of the "Prix Orange du Livre en Afrique"

Launch of the first edition of the "Prix...

Engaged in 18 countries in Africa, our goal is to support these countries with their development, including in the area of culture. For several years we have been running projects intended to improve access to culture and knowledge for all, including through many cultural MOOCs with major...

15 new FabLabs for the new school year: a new start for thousands of young people

15 new FabLabs for the new school year: a new...

In France and in Africa, unemployed young people will be able to access digital manufacturing training for free. We have decided to support the initiatives of 15 new Solidarity FabLabs within the framework of the implementation of our international programme! They are all different, but they...

Cameroon: giving a chance back to the most vulnerable

Cameroon: giving a chance back to the most...

We are acting on all fronts in Cameroon to help the most vulnerable people - young people and women - providing health, education, professional training and better living standards. Often a pioneer in running our sponsorship programmes, our Orange Cameroon Foundation has this week launched...

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