CAMEROON

Bayangam, CMR
Sainte Jeanne D'arc
Sainte Jeanne D'arc

The platform of the foundation is a town named Bayangam, a rural area of Cameroon; the place where Mr. “Ta Beu” Simo Tagne Joseph was born and raised. Based on oral tradition, Bayangam was born out of three brothers rivalry dating back to the 16th century. Today Bayangam is a village in the West province of Cameroon. The closest major city is Bafoussam.

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The Elementary School
The Elementary School

As of 2013, Bayangam has three public institutions for middle and secondary education: Bayamgam High School, Kassap High School, and Lycee Technique De Bayangam (equivalent of vocational high school). There are currently no higher education institutions in Bayangam. In order to further their education, students will

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Sample of Donations
Sample of Donations

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Sainte Jeanne D'arc
Sainte Jeanne D'arc

The platform of the foundation is a town named Bayangam, a rural area of Cameroon; the place where Mr. “Ta Beu” Simo Tagne Joseph was born and raised. Based on oral tradition, Bayangam was born out of three brothers rivalry dating back to the 16th century. Today Bayangam is a village in the West province of Cameroon. The closest major city is Bafoussam.

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Cameroon is a developing country in central Africa that offers many natural and cultural attractions, but lacks modern tourism facilities.

 

The busy port and commercial center of Douala, its largest city, contrasts with the relative calm of inland Yaoundé, the capital. Cameroon is officially bilingual. French dominates as the language of education and government in all regions except the Southwest and Northwest, where English is widely spoken.

 

Cash in local currency, the Central African franc (FCFA) or XAF, is the most common (and almost only) form of payment accepted throughout the country.