Support for Bakola / Bagyeli Schooling
Support the Emergence of a Socio-economic Elite
FEDEC supports the studies of 12 Bagyeli / Bakola students for the 2017/2018 school year. The students are enrolled at the Christ Roi d’Obout and Don Bosco Collèges in Ebolowa. These young people have the ambition to attend the higher educationlevel and to integrate the professional life in sectors such as engineering, medicine, journalism and finance, which until now were inaccessible for the Bakola / Bagyeli.
The Ngoyang Mixed Home: A Home of Hope
Built on an area of almost one hectare, the Ngoyang Mixed Home was founded in 1994. The Home is located 15 km from the city of Lolodorf. The Home allows Bakola / Bagyeli children who live in remote communities to attend Ngoyang Kindergarten and Primary School and to live near their school.
The mission of the Home
Home: The home is a living environment for children whose communities are far from school and whose parents cannot afford to send them to school.Education: the school is an environment conducive to the acquisition of both school and socio-cultural knowledge.Integration: By receiving both Bantu and Bagyeli children, the Home is a place of integration.
Ngoyang’s Home life and organization
The Home offers the residents an environment that is favorable to their psychological and social development.
The Home has the capacity to house around one hundred girls and boys who are aged 4 to 14 and who attend Ngoyang Public School. Children are enrolled from kindergarten to CM2. During the week, the children are housed and fed at the Home. At the end of the week and during the holidays, they go back in their communities.
The Home administrative team is composed of dedicated individuals including one supervisor, one guardian, one storekeeper, and two cooks. Under the responsibility of a management committee, the supervisor coordinates the activities held at the Home.