(October 2018 to September 2020)

October 2018 – September 2019:

I) “Home at Last”: Construction of pilot houses or blocks of toilets for 55 households vulnerable urban dwellers, IDPs of the Yaounde 6 Sub Division (Centre Region, Cameroon), with the support of SELAVIP, CENCOM2000, MINEPDED, MINAS, UNOCHA-ROWCA and other local partners. [Status: Ongoing].

II) “The Road to Urbanization” a micro-project on the rehabilitation of the Wumuteck – Eben – Nukon Road with the Batibo Municipal Council and the Government of Cameroon. This road requires an 8 metre-long bridge linking Wumeteck to Eben over River Igi-Eben as well as an 8 metre-long culvert linking Wumuteck to Kocheck. [Status: Ongoing].


III) “Sourcing Resources 2019”: CEPROCUL shall in collaboration with its partners hold an information or capacity building workshop on human rights and the environment with focus on the place of women and girls, for beneficiaries, youth/women groups, associations, community leaders, local administrative/traditional authorities with the assistance of the regional representations of MINHDU, MINJEC, MIPROMALO, MINEPDED, MINAS, NCHRF/CNDHL and the Councils. [Status: Phase 1 Delivered].


IV) Vocational training workshop for bricklayers, builders and participants, with MIPROMALO, MINHDU, CENCOM2000, NCHRF/CNDHL and MINAS. The trainees share experiences in local material use and new cost-effective building techniques. [Status: Delivered].


V) Economic Empowerment & Small Grant Program designed to provide small grants to underprivileged entrepreneurs (women, girls, boys and men) with personalbusinessprojects for details [Status: Delivered].


VI) Crusadingfor the housing rights and dignity of vulnerable city dwellers and advocating for policy makers to bridge the gap in the housing, sanitation, water supply, hygiene promotion, urban land access, resettlement, alternative settlements after demolition, and land tenure needs of at-risk populations. The campaign, backed by the National Commission of Human Rights & Freedoms (NCHRF/CNDHL), is intended to raise awareness in the community, among local authorities and decision-makers on the rights to housing, safety and dignity of vulnerable urban dwellers. [Status: in progress]

VII) The International Day of the Environment with the Ministry of Environment, Nature Protection and Sustainable Development (MINEPDED). MINEPDED-organized activities focus on the 2019 theme. CEPROCUL actively participates in these activities. [Status: Delivered]


October 2019 – September 2020 Projects

  1. “Inclusive Education for Human Development” seeks to provide formal or vocational education, as the case may be, to 40 selected children from 4 to 18 years of age living withchallenges (physical, mental, visual, auditory impairment) and the children of at-risk handicap parents in various communities and neighborhoods of the cities of Yaounde, Buea and Bamenda(Cameroon). This solutionshall be provided with the support of potential partners, sponsors and in collaboration with their parents, guardians or coaches.Thesebeneficiaries shall be both boys and girls.
  2. CEPROCUL Economic Empowerment & Small Grant Program is designed to provide small grants to disadvantaged entrepreneurs (women, girls, boys and men) havingpersonalbusinessprojects
  3. “Bridging the Housing and Sanitation Gaps in Sustainable Development”shall, in multiple phases, provide early humanitarian recovery, upgrading the insalubrious conditions of at-risk city dwellers hard hit by the on-going Anglophone Conflict in Cameroon. The pilot venture shall provide 60 selected most deprived victims in Bamenda and its environs cost-effective houses or blocks of toilets built according to ecological, economic, cultural, and environmental customs using local materials. We shall do this to the best of our ability, in cognizance with the Sphere Humanitarian Protection Principles, the Core Humanitarian Standard and the Minimum Standards in Sanitation, Shelter/Settlement and as an essential component of the UNOCHA-ROWCA-coordinated intervention in the area. A 2-day vocational training workshop, a rights-and-dignity advocacy and a crusade to promote the planting of   flowers and greenery around homes to boost the battered environment and biodiversity shall also be essential features of the project. Funding shall be obtained from potential major sponsors./
  4. The World Habitat Day 2019with the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development (MINHDU). This celebration shall come at the end of our housing project with SELAVIP “Home at Last”. The programme content shall be determined by MINHDU.
  5. A one-day workshop on Sphere Standards on HUMANITARIANRESPONSEin November 2019. Focus:Protection Principles, Core Humanitarian Standard, Minimum Standards in WASH, Shelter and Settlement”. Our work document shall be The Sphere Handbook (2018) and Sphere Training package (2018).Case studies shall be drawn from the Sphere experiences as well as from CEPROCUL’s 2018 and 2019 Housing Projects.
  6. The World AIDS Day 2019 with African Synergy against HIV/AIDS and other Sufferings. The programme contents and the theme shall be defined by our partner in accordance with the theme from the Ministry of Public Health (MINSANTE) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
  7. The International Human Rights Day2019with the National Commission of Human Rights & Freedoms (NCHRF/CNDHL) and other partners. The Commission shall spearhead the commemoration.
  8. “Participatory Governance for Sustainable Development”to promote democratic and participatory governance as essential Human Rights culture resulting in people-focused sustainable development. This shall be through KwasenGwangwa’a’s play The Harvest Dance, conferences, and tree planting.

Project Background: In the last 3 decades, Cameroon has witnessed a series of erosions, floods & landslides in her natural environment as well as in her democracy& Human rights which have been eroded by a stinking political and governance disaster. Her natural resources have been abusively misappropriated. Laudable efforts to redress the situation by strengthening the democratic, governance and Human Rights institutions of the country through civic re-education and conscientization involving Government, MPs, councils, CSOs and other stakeholders need to be stepped up for more tangible positive results.

Specific Objectives: To strengthen democratic, pluralistic & participatory governance; To promote the rights of local populations to community resources; To re-educate or conscientize local populations on local resource management; To plant 4,000 pilot trees in selected zones in Buea, Bamenda and Yaounde.

Secretary General

Ghislain ABOMO

Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

Ministry of Social Affairs

Ministry of Youth Affairs and Civic Education

Ministry of Public Works

BATIBO Council

UNESCO Yaounde


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