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Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
Refuge center for 20+ vulnerable kids in Douala
The trip to Tchop and Yamo fast food
The trip to Tchop and Yamo fast food

      The first five months of 2020 at the AGAPE Center was peaceful, and unusually, lacking in events. It started with the outing to Tchop and Yamo, as a reward for the young people who behaved well and who had good results at the end of the first quarter. It was then marked by the participation in the coordination meeting of associations and private social works (OSP), organized by the departmental delegate of social affairs, at the Reception and Observation Center of Bépanda Omnisports (CAO). This period was also marked by the resumption of work on the new AGAPE Center in Japoma. These first five months of 2020 at the AGAPE Center ended with the Aliyou family's visit and donation; but also with the interviews in order to manage the period of stoppage of the courses and for the measures to be taken to block the road to the spread of the virus

      The year 2020 has started well at the AGAPE Center. The young people who worked well and who had an exemplary attitude during the first trimester were able to benefit from an outing to Tchop and Yamo. It is this fast food located on the other side of the city, in Bonamoussadi. The young people were very happy, especially the girls! Living close to their schools, it is not always easy for them to go as far from home. They were able to discover a little more about the city, a new district and especially Tchop and Yamo. They were delighted with this great experience. The less deserving, who often had the opportunity to go there a few times for big outings, promised to work better during the second quarter; to deserve a nice reward too.

      It is always fashionable to work closely with social services. Because they are the ones who make our actions legitimate. Ordinarily, we hold one meeting per quarter. It was the first meeting of the year. This is how we took part, as with each request from the head of the social center and the departmental and regional delegates, for coordination meetings often focused on raising awareness, debriefing and exchanges on the progress of activities on the ground, while noting the various difficulties constituting an obstacle to the proper functioning of these. These meetings are also moments of meetings between the promoters, staff and supervisors of the different organizations, who have the opportunity to share their various experiences on various subjects or on specific concerns.

      Mr. Aliyou and his wife are considered as the godfather and godmother of the AGAPE Center. They are always in contact and act behind the scenes. They thought of the young people in the center and brought them provisions on March 8. Especially a fundamental element at the moment, the hydroalcoholic gel.

      Following some misunderstandings and difficulties noted on the ground, the site had to stop for a moment, thus being considerably delayed. It became difficult to work and take a break every week, to think about how to get around a problem we were facing. Some of these difficulties even required small modifications to the plans. It was therefore wise to review the entire project, in order to anticipate, adjust and make changes to all the sensitive parts of the construction. Do not we say that: "even the best plan in the world depends on its execution on the ground ''? Work resumed during the month of March. We hope to be able to leave without major concern, until full delivery And despite the current context dominated by the Coronavirus / Covid-19 pandemic, we remain confident and optimistic, knowing that we could always count on you and on your unwavering support, regarding the supply of financial and material resources for the project, at the end of this calamitous episode.

      The government's decision to put in place some restrictive measures in the middle of March, such as closing schools to stop the spread of the virus, was welcomed by the Cameroonian people. But only the establishment of a number of measures is not enough. It is important to think about their implementation, their control and their follow-up. It was at this point that we c it appropriate to speak with the young people from the center on the one hand, and with their parents and them jointly on the other. It was a question of letting those who still do not know it know that this virus is a reality. And that is why the schools had to send the children home. It was essential to make it clear to young people and their parents why the schools were closed. To allow them to stay at home in order to limit the spread of the virus, and not for anything else (walks, playing soccer ...). To this end, we have also given young people outside the center leave until further notice, in order to avoid movement between their homes and the center. Their parents also needed to understand this, so that there were no misunderstandings, and so that they did not feel that their children had been left out of the program. After clarifying things, we focused on prevention, hygiene measures and other measures to put into practice to avoid contamination as much as possible. It was an interesting exercise, which allowed parents and children to learn about this disease, and to take care of the various recommendations made by health professionals. Finally, we have implemented one of the simplest measures, that of systematic hand washing. We all put it in practice.

       The growing threat of the virus has prompted the authorities in Cameroon, as elsewhere in the world, to temporarily close schools, training centers, universities, university institutes and professional colleges. It was out of the question to anticipate the second quarter holidays by crossing our arms and playing against the clock. But quite simply to furnish your days as well as possible, as if you were at school. It is an exercise to which the young people complied without the slightest difficulty.

Meeting with the delegate of social affairs
Meeting with the delegate of social affairs
The Aliyou family's visit and donation
The Aliyou family's visit and donation
Resumption of work on the construction
Resumption of work on the construction
Counselling section about Coronavirus/Covid-19
Counselling section about Coronavirus/Covid-19
Young people faced with partial confinement
Young people faced with partial confinement

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Meeting with Julie and Gaston from Citi Bank
Meeting with Julie and Gaston from Citi Bank

     Given that the end of the year is a period when people are more inclined to generosity and sharing, the last two months of 2019 at the AGAPE Center, were largely marked by visits and donations. We first had the passage of Julie and Gaston of Citi Bank, of Jeannette, Falone and Judith. Then, we had the honor of hosting the association Free Vision, La chorale Sainte famille as well as Mr. Elie. Finally, First Trust microfinance and Coup de Cœur God Love association. In addition to these various events, there are the results for the first quarter and Chloe's invitation.

 Citi Bank has set up a support program for social projects. The selected organization receives funding for two years. We approached them and at the end of our exchange, Julie (chief officer of the cabinet of public affairs) and Gaston (responsible for clientele banking group financial markets and council) went to the center, in order to discover it, to see what that we do there and especially to meet young people.

     Time flies very quickly and the first quarter results are already known. Young people produce work whose appreciation is generally fair. Of the 19 regularly registered, only 11 had an average greater than or equal to 10. It took very little for most of them to have even a score of 10/20. Because there are 9.81 / 20 and 9.96 / 20. But it is clear that it is not good, and that young people should do better than that. Even if we remain satisfied with Oliseh who continues to produce a very good job. It remains true to himself, maintaining his rank as first in the class with a quarterly score of 14.81 / 20.

     Jeannette, Falone and Judith are friends who, like many people at this time of the year, wanted to show their support for children in difficulty and vulnerable supervised in orphanages and childcare facilities like ours. This is how they met at the AGAPE Center to offer these packages to young people, and wish them a Merry Christmas on December 21.

     After the first pool party last June at the end of the last school year, Chloe had promised the kids that we would do it again. The day after the delivery of the first quarter report cards, they were able to enjoy the hospitality of Chloe's house once again, as well as the snacks she had prepared for them. They were very happy, and Chloe happy to make them happy. It was Christmas before time on December 21.

     The association Free Vision visited the center on December 22. It is an association of students, who come together to carry out social actions. They are mobilized to provide support to children in difficulty and vulnerable in orphanages and reception centers. One of their activities is also talent detection and orientation. When they meet a young person who has potential in a given field, they manage as best as they can, to put the latter in touch with a professional in the targeted discipline. They chose this day to exchange and spend some time with the young people of the center.

     On the morning of December 23, it was the turn of La chorale Sainte famille to visit us. We spent a little time in praise and worship. It was good for everyone to sing and praise the eternal. When the members of this choir presented themselves, we found that in addition to the good humor and the provisions that they had brought, that they also came with skills; they offered to help our young people who have difficulties in scientific subjects such as maths, physics and chemistry. But also in accounting.

     Mr. Elie is a friend of Mr. Philippe, who offers Bible study lessons to young people in the center. Her friend lives and works in Canada. He works in the Best Seller company, which produces and sells designer clothes, shoes, for men, women and children. He wondered how he could bring a smile to the children of orphanages and reception centers in Cameroon. This is how he approached his management to share his idea with them. She appreciated this idea and gave her clothes and shoes to offer to young people from these different structures. He came to meet the center and the young people on December 24. He and his friends had the chance to meet the promoter Madam Adama, who is passing through Cameroon during the end of year celebrations.

     The AGAPE Center had the honor of welcoming First Trust microfinance workers this Saturday, December 28. When we talk about honor, it was really a great honor, since in addition to the various workers present, there were the agency head of New Bell and the general manager of microfinance First Trust. We had a pleasant time of exchange and sharing, mixed with praise. We were happy to welcome them and they, in turn, were very happy to be with us. It was an initiative of the New Bell agency that they hope to extend to the whole group, in order to be able to help as far as possible, to the most needy on a regular basis and not only at these particular times of the year. The bravest young people have successfully negotiated their internship for the next major vacation. And in addition to advice, encouragement, and a small snack, they came with large packages for the young people in the center.     

     Coup de Cœur God Love is the last visitor of the year to the AGAPE Center. Coup de Cœur God Love is an association which has existed for six years and which is made up of young workers, teachers, students and pupils. They join forces and pool their resources to help support orphanages and a youth center during the end of year celebrations.

     Regarding the start of 2020, we will say that everything is going well so far. Young people are doing well and they have returned to school, with a strong determination to improve their work.

First quarter results - Visit of three friends
First quarter results - Visit of three friends
Pool party at Chloe's - Passage of Free Vision
Pool party at Chloe's - Passage of Free Vision
La chorale Sainte famille - The coming of Elie
La chorale Sainte famille - The coming of Elie
First Trust microfinance - Coup de Coeur God Love
First Trust microfinance - Coup de Coeur God Love

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Signature of the contract and setting up the site
Signature of the contract and setting up the site

      The end of the third quarter and the beginning of the fourth and final quarter of 2019 at the AGAPE Center, were first marked by the signature of the contract between the AGAPE association and the company Talco Services, for the construction of the future AGAPE Center. This immediately led to the move of the site for the start of the works. Afterwards, we welcomed a few girls, we have prepared the young for the new school year 2019 - 2020 and organized the ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the future AGAPE Center in Japoma. This period ended by the stay of SOLENCA and the passage of the NHS of the American school.

      The AGAPE association having received the last piece that was missing from its big project, namely its building permit, has ratified the signing of the contract for the construction of the future AGAPE Center in Japoma, with the company Talco Services, end of July beginning of August.

      Once the contract was signed, the company Talco Services deployed its men on the ground, to proceed with the installation of the site. This resulted in the clean-up of the site, the construction of a construction hut (which houses a store, an office, a rest area, a dormitory and toilets) and a temporary barrier.

      The AGAPE Center is committed to helping all disadvantaged young people in difficulty and street children who want to get out of their situation. The AGAPE Center has focused more on boys because they are the ones we see most often in the streets. Girls also have their place in this project. Although it is difficult to mix them, which has always made us think about the question. But we could not be insensitive to the distress of these girls who were threatened to spend a blank year. It is about Olia who had to interrupt her schooling during the last school year, for lack of means to pay her schooling. Laura, Viviane and Didine are sisters. Their daddy passed away and their mom does not have any income generating activity. It became very complicated for them too. We follow them, they come to the center to do their homework and they go home after eating.

      The youth of the AGAPE Center have returned to school. They were very excited. This is almost always the case when you go to higher class, when you know that you will learn a new language (German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese), or when you know that there is an examination at the end of the year that awaits us. Thanks to you the academic year started well. The direct sponsorship system paid for the schooling of Oliseh, Melveen, Desire, Olia, Keye, Yanic and Emile. Donations from friends of Oriane, Lions Club Jouvence, the rest of supplies offered by Mrs. Kadji and Camerlux (Association of Cameroonians of Luxembourg) last year, and especially the sponsorship of young people, facilitated their return to school and therefore the start of the 2019-2020 school year. We are now expecting young people to work well and to improve their results.

      Through this event, the association AGAPE has passed from dream to reality its largest project. That is of building a reception center more functional and adapted to the needs not only of children currently in care, but also for all those who will add and who will express the desire to seize this hand that has stretched to them : this in order to believe and envision a better future. This ceremony officially marking the beginning of the works, took place on September 20th. Those that were present are, Mr. Nohou Bello at this time Sub-Prefect, the representative of the Littoral Regional Delegate of Social Affairs, the head of the social center of Japoma, friends and supporters of the cause of the association AGAPE and especially Canal 2 International, which made a nice report. It took time to get there ! And things are just beginning.

      The members of the association SOLENCA, main partner of the association AGAPE, visit us at least twice a year. Each time we talk about strengthening our collaboration and support for young people. But above all to work together to set up and implement strategies, from the idea of the construction project to its realization. And as far as possible, they bring various gifts to young people. This time again, when they came in October for two and a half weeks, they brought with them clothes, caps (to face the sun at the end of classes), small school materials (pens, pencils), and a football given by the son in law of Maryline (SOLENCA treasurer). These are always pleasant moments of exchange and sharing that young people appreciate a lot.

      The National Honor Society (NHS) is a group of the brightest students in the American school who are involved in social action. This group decided to visit the AGAPE Center and its young people. The goal was to establish a first contact, to see how to establish a form of collaboration between the two parties. They did not come empty-handed, and for a first contact, it was really successful! The young people were comfortable and amused as if they had known each other for a long time. They had a good time together.

Integration of some girls at the AGAPE Center
Integration of some girls at the AGAPE Center
Back to school 2019 - 2020
Back to school 2019 - 2020
The ceremony of laying the foundation stone
The ceremony of laying the foundation stone
The stay of SOLENCA
The stay of SOLENCA
Visit of the National Honor Society (NHS)
Visit of the National Honor Society (NHS)

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Daniel's stay and the exit to the Parcours Vita
Daniel's stay and the exit to the Parcours Vita

     The second quarter of the year at the center was particularly marked by the passage of Daniel, president of the association SOLENCA and the outing at Parcours Vita, resumption on the exchanges and teaching on the word of God with Philippe of the Centre Culturel Biblique and the visit of Jean David. Then, Chloe presentation and the visit of Judith. Finally by obtaining the building permit and the end of school year results.    

      Daniel, president of the Solenca association, pay us once again in April. He came to make some purchases of Cameroonian handicrafts, which they used to propose during the various events in which they participate. This is to help the association and the AGAPE Center. He has thus benefited to show us the support of their association. And since it was the holidays, he proposed an outing to the young people at Parcours Vita. They were happy.

     Mr. Philippe, promoter of the Centre Culturel Biblique, thought it would be wise to share the word of God with the young people of the center. Beyond all that we can bring to them with the support of our many volunteers and partners, it is also essential to talk to them about God and what he expects of us, in a world in the grip of a serious crisis of morality and values. Thus, every Friday afternoon, he comes to talk for an hour with the young people. The latter find this teaching very interesting.

     Jean David is a Cameroonian painter. He met the AGAPE Center and its young people during the year 2014. This is how he decided to contribute by introducing young people to painting. Taken by his many occupations, he did not have enough time to continue with the young people of the center. However, he remained very close to the center and even offered three paintings to be auctioned during the gala. We were really lost for a moment, but he did not forget his little brothers AGAPE Center. He wished to introduce them to his family and especially made a big deal for them by coming up with all these provisions.

     Chloe comes to the center when her schedule allows, to meet the young people and offer them lessons or small activities around learning English. But this time, she wanted them to discover her country. This is how she was able to prepare a nice presentation of her Scotland. The youth traveled and immersed themselves for a short time in the landscape and Scottish culture.

     Judith is a young lady who worked for the AGAPE Center for nearly a year and a half. She worked there until summer 201, with love and all her heart. One day, the principal of the primary school where the little ones go, told her: "the way I see you working and taking care of these young people, I hope that you will have enough energy afterwards to take care of your own children. She always thinks of young people and when she passes in the corner, she does not hesitate to pass to say hello and to take the news. On May 4, she was blowing on one more candle, and she decided to spend part of her day with the kids at the center. She brought back some friends with whom she organized to pack a package to the youth center. It was a nice moment of exchange and sharing.

     The long-awaited building permit is finally available. AGAPE now has all the legal elements, in order to begin the construction of its new center. And this is thanks to you all who from near or far, we support you. We will start very soon, and we hope to be able to count on you until the completion of this project.

     They are good overall. The young people worked verywell. Of the 17 regularly enrolled at the beginning of the school year, 14 go to higher class, one dropped without completing his school year. Oliseh continues to stand out very positively. He was first of his class from the beginning to the end of the school year, with 15, 46 as annual average. He received awards at the closing ceremony of the 2018 - 2019 school year. Among those that passed, we have one CAP in electricity (Papi), one BEPC (Loïc) and two failure (Aude) probatoire and Alex from one.

Knowledge of the word of God with Philippe (CCB)
Knowledge of the word of God with Philippe (CCB)
Discovering Scotland with Chloe
Discovering Scotland with Chloe
Visit and donations of Jean David
Visit and donations of Jean David
Visit of Judith and her friends
Visit of Judith and her friends
Construction project - Building permit - Results
Construction project - Building permit - Results

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The unwavering support of UCB Company
The unwavering support of UCB Company

     The year 2019 has peacefully begun at the AGAPE Center. In fact, it began as it ended. In peace, health and good mood. This first quarter of the year at the AGAPE Center was first marked by the renewal of UCB's support, by the donations of Mr. Guy and Mr. Patrick, and by the beginning of Chloe's English lessons. Then began the reading rehearsals, with a view to the preparation of the event of 1 er Juin des écritures théâtrales jeunesse. We had a visit from Nikita, but also the Delivery of equipment for the electrification of the future center by Addax Petroleum Company. This first quarter of the year was finally completed with the visit of the Littoral, Regional Delegate of Social Affairs by the participation of the AGAPE Center at the marché de printemps 2019, by the coordination meeting organized by the Littoral Regional Delegate of Social Affairs and by the second quarter results of youth. We also have Diane Din Ebongue's short film link.

    UCB has been with the AGAPE Center since is beginning. Thanks to her, the young people of the center always have a snack after the return of the classes, since with the flour which she gives to the center, one can prepare them tasty donuts. They also have the opportunity to refresh themselves with these drinks that are available to them. The UCB company has therefore resumed its ritual of providing the center with flour and juice for the benefit of the children.

     Mr. Guy is a native of Ngangué district, where the AGAPE Center is located. Mr. Guy, on holiday in Cameroon, wished to express his solidarity and support to the children of the center. He made contact with the center through his friends, who then accompanied him for a visit and the delivery of some packages.

     The young people and the AGAPE Center have always had the chance to benefit from the services of volunteers, able to provide them English lessons. Chloe is very busy, but makes the effort to the extent possible, to be present for young people.

     Last year, comedian artist Mogoun Jeannette, accompanied by the Compagnie les racines, organized this event that has been taking place in France for almost 4 years, and every 1st of June in some countries of the world. Mogoun Jeannette launched the movement in Cameroon, and intends to perpetuate it. She is doing it earlier this year, and the young people from the center who had already participated in the first edition, are still very happy to be able to participate again. It is about giving or giving back the taste of reading to young people and to all those who love reading. But this time, in a theatrical, poetic, satirical tone, through staged and role plays.

     Chloe heard about the AGAPE Center, and when she first set foot on it, she was seduced by the project, the kids and the structure. She decided, as far as possible, to give lessons and carry out activities in English with the young people. She does not miss either, to share her experience of the center to those surrounding her, who also, begins to express his interest. As was the case with her husband Alain and her friends Claire, Seyma and Nikita now. Nikita wants to get involved and help as best she can.

     The company Addax has expressed its support for the project of the construction of the future AGAPE Center, taking charge of the estimate related to the electrification of the new building. This is how the electrical equipment was made available to the center's managers. And thanks to the help of Mr. Aliyou, friend and fervent defender of the AGAPE cause living near the construction site, we were able to store this material at his home. This so that it is immediately accessible, at the start of the project.

    Mr. Patrick is a neighbor of the AGAPE Center. He came to greet the young people and bring them some clothes. They were very happy. Each donator manifests his support in his own way.

     In her round, the Littoral Regional Delegate of Social Affairs stopped at AGAPE. It was a very friendly moment of exchange, during which we were able to discuss some problems related to our activity. The Delegate and her audience took note. We received encouragement from her to continue working closely with his services. She also reminded us that we are important partners for the state, through our work.

    The marché de printemps is a popular event organized each year by ADFE French World Douala. It is a sharing event with the inhabitants of Douala, inspired by the French garret and the "great spring cleaning". This market facilitates the resale and the purchase of second-hand objects, less expensive and allows all to discover the artists, the craftsmen and the associations which animate the city of Douala. We have proposed some tasty homemade products, such as: plantain chips, foléré/bissap juice, baobab and jam.

     The Littoral Regional Delegate of Social Affairs organizes once a semester, coordination meetings. These include the departmentals delegates and districts social affairs, but also the various public and private structures working in the social field. This is to bring the different parties to meet and discuss the multiple topics related to their targets, their difficulties, but especially for the monitoring and evaluation of various resolutions taken at previous meetings. As well as for the updating and to become operative in some procedures.

     Just started, it's already the end! Reaching at the end of the second quarter, it is time to do the accounts and to know who is in the right tempo and who is not. This in order to react and save what can be in the last turn, before it is too late. But overall, the results are average. It is status quo for some and improvement for others. Young people have understood the importance of this support and are doing their best.

     Although the broadcast continues its course in France, the short film directed by Diane Din Ebongue, with the participation of the young people of the AGAPE Center, the Haoussa students of the association Sabon Kallo and the douala Ndola Christo choir, is already available on You Tube in through the following link: https://youtu.be/XZ2gazenZcQ.
Have a look, and you'll be impressed!

Mr Guy's & Mr Patrick donation - Addax donation
Mr Guy's & Mr Patrick donation - Addax donation
The reading workshop - Nikita's visit
The reading workshop - Nikita's visit
Visit of the Regional Delegate of Social affairs
Visit of the Regional Delegate of Social affairs
The marche de printemps 2019
The marche de printemps 2019
Coordination meeting - quater result - short film
Coordination meeting - quater result - short film

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