Project #10444

Send 85 Children to School for 1 Year in Cameroon

by Better Family Foundation

During this period Better Family Foundation (BFF) paid school fee for 56 students and pupils. For children in the primary schools, their fee was paid.In additon to this, main textbooks were bought for 12 of them. Averagely a sum of 15000 francs was spent on each child. For the students, fee was paid for 44 students drawing from various scondary schools. Averagely, a sum of 25000 francs was paid to each student. In some cases textbooks were provided to some of the children.

During this meeting children were invited together with their parents as well as their teachers. The forum was used to educate parents on how to handle the their children inorder to provide a more conducive home learning environment.

By the end of the meeting, the parents and teachers expressed their appreciation for the wonderful program and promised to support the beneficiary children to improve on their academic performance. BFF wishes to apprciate all those who have being contributing in anyway to make this program a success.

Indeed Better Family Foundationn (BFF) has invited all the parents and their children for a guidance/counseling meeting. Many parents and their children attended the meeting. BFF staff gave different presentations on how the parents should interact with the children, support children's education and how the children can learn and study effectively as well as career choices.

The meeting was a very interactive and the children, teachers and parents asked and answered questions as the dicussion proceeded. The meeting that ended almost two hours was very interesting. By the end of the meeting the children and parents were very happy and requested such meetings to be organized frequently.

Better Family Foundation therefore thanked all those who contributed in what ever way to make this meeting successful. We hope that when the children return to school this time around their performances will be better than ever.

Since the last report Better Family Foundation (BFF) has kept on following up the children we are sponsoring in schools. In doing this, Better Family Foundation staff have been visiting the children in their homes in order to assess their living conditions and how far their homes are learner friendly.

During these visits, BFF staff had one on one meetings with parents/guardians as well as with the children concerned. Through these meetings we addressed the children's worries and helped to educate the parents/guardians on how to help their children study effectively.

In addition to the payment of fee that was done for the children earlier, we equally gave on the spot assistance to some of these childrenn in order to ameriolate their home situation thereby motivating them to learn.

BFF continues to apppreciate all those who have been supporting this program in order to help our communities kick off illiteracy.

Better Family Foundation has a deep interest in the monitoring and evluation of all the children sponsor in our child sponsor program. In this respect, our staff have been visiting school authorities and families of the children concern to find out the performances of these children.

After the last school term examination results, we invited all the children under our sponsorship program to attend a meeting in which we evaluated their performances, found out their difficulties and suggested solutions to help these children overcome the difficulties.

The parents and guardians of these children were excluded from this meeting in order to create a free atmosphere for the childrern to express their feelings. In all, 48 children out of 65 attended the meeting. It was realized that the performances of the children have improved in spite of the challenges some of them are facing at home.

We continue to appreciate all the donors who have being contributing to make this program a succes. In deed your donation has brought a smile on the face of a child here.

beneficiary students, parents and teachers
beneficiary students, parents and teachers

Better Family Foundation had been very busy updating the files of all the students and pupils who are benefitting from our scheme as well as screenng new cases for assistance since the last report.

Initially, for 2015/2016 academic year, we intended to sponsor 50 children in primary and secondary schools in Cameroon but our donors have acted so positively that we are able to sponsored 60 children instead (40 from secondary and 20 from the primary schools). On the average each child in the secondary school received $60 making a total of $2400 and in the primary school each child received $40 making a total of $800 and $500 had been set aside for home visits, school visits and feed back forums.

During last October, the tuition fee were paid out to the school authorities in the present of children and their parents or guardians. See picture of those in attendance on that day.

Better Family Foundation wish to thank all the donors for making this dream come true in a great way. We also wish to extend the appreciation of both the parents and the children to all the donors. Again we say thank you.


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Organization Information

Better Family Foundation

Location: Fundong, Boyo Division, NW - Cameroon
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Mbeng Simon Nsah
Fundong, Boyo Division, Northwest Region Cameroon

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