Climate, Agriculture and Environmental Education (CAEE)
An Experiential Learning and Hands-On Experience programme. Our CAEE programme represents an extensive activity that engages primarily to University students, dwellers and farmers with exposure to climate, environmental and agricultural contexts through experiential learning opportunities. This active-learning exposure ensures greater climate, environmental and agricultural literacy, as well as career opportunities and postsecondary preparation in agri-environmental business.
STEM Education Project
This project supports hands-on learning of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses in primary and secondary schools in Cameroon, specifically in the marginalized rural community of the South West regions. School facilities in the area are desperately scarce especially in basic lab equipment, such as beakers, test tubes, and racks. The absence of these basic facilities has led to a lower percentage of students pursuing careers inSTEM and subsequently creating a gap in the economy. Cameroon needs more practicing professionals in the sciences field and this project aims to help fill that need. Some of the objectives of the project include offering alternative affordable equipment to allow for effective STEM education in primary and secondary schools. For example, the kits will have simple materials such as wires, recycled plastic bottles, batteries, small light bulbs, and instruction sheets on how to use these materials to conduct experiments. The experiment kits will benefit the students by generating greater participation in STEM courses and improve the performance of students in the overcrowded classrooms and underfunded schools.This will provide the students with the opportunity to seek higher learning in STEM courses which will help them thrive in society, develop the country’s economy, and alleviate themselves and their communities from poverty.The project will train teachers in primary and secondary schools on how to integrate hands-on STEM learning and practical lessons using the experiment kits and implement it. After the training, they will continuously teach all the students that enroll in the schools and impart them with hands-on STEM learning.
Teenage Mother Empowerment Project
We educate and empower 100 young mothers yearly, allowing them to rise out of poverty and illiteracy, which will provide their families’ health, wellbeing, hope, smile, and a future. After graduating from our one year program, young mothers are able to give back to their community and help pull other girls and young women out of the cycle of intergenerational poverty and illiteracy. Our goal is to close the gender gap.
Global Training Academy
The Global Online Academy and Volunteer Training Program on ground for stay-at-home students, humanitarian workers improve the possibility of distance and MOOC learning in Cameroon. It puts an end to gender inequality in technology training, business, high-tech industries and entrepreneurship. We offer everything from knowing technology, coding courses to boot-camps to hackathons and startup competitions no matter age or profession.
Remote Healthcare Centre
Remote Healthcare Center is a project that provides free of charge services and testing of COVID-19/TB/HIV to at least to 2% of population in entire rural community. We develop partnerships with telemedicine health providers in African neighboring country to creating info-packs and medical kits at testing centers and collaborating with the Social Development International's University Team to create healthcare training programs for individuals within the community.
Girls Tech Documentation Center
Girls Tech Documentation Center is a project that works to put an end to gender inequality in Technology training, technology business, opportunities, high-tech industries and startups. We do that by educating and empowering girls and young women who are passionate about technology. As a result, we offer everything from knowing Technology, coding courses to boot-camps to hackathons and startup competitions no matter age or profession. It is Girls Tech Documentation Center mission is to support Girls and young women with the access and community they need to succeed in technology.
Since 2009, SODEIT has reached more than 2,000 adolescent girls and young women through health education, entrepreneurship, finance, technology and empowerment training. A program for training girls as peer health educators helps girls form companionships and communities. It also allows young girls to develop health literacy to use effective contraceptives and protect themselves. The goal is to train 3,500 girls as peer health educators.
Border Community and Human Trafficking Education
It is important to be aware of the extent to which human trafficking is an issue and how trafficking cases occur. Baseline information that one can use to evaluate the further growth of the problem, as well as the effectiveness of the policies and programs in place to tackle trafficking must also emerge. More in-depth qualitative research is necessary to understand the nature of trafficking in the country, including the recruitment process, the routes and destinations, victim profiles and the forms of exploitation.