He has more than 18 years working experience in humanitarian work and before forming the Mount Cameroon Agro Foundation, he worked as Program Coordinator at Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe Central African Republic, Cameroon and Chad. He has also worked in Nonprofit Organizational Management under various food security projects among them Cesvi Fondazione Onus, Welthungerhilfe, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, and Country Director Dorcas Aid International Dohuk, Iraq and now working with ARCHE NOVA, as Regional Director, West Africa.
We are a registered charity, dedicated to identifying the sufferings of people and act accordingly depending on available resources. We seek to improve on their welfare, empowering communities and strive to end poverty and misery. We have been assembling people who are trained to be passionate in productive activities to support one another. We show love and make people propagate this love.
MCA Foundation is committed to getting your ideas and see how we can make them meaningful for the communities. We try to identify difficulties faced by people and search for solutions and implement them. There is nothing as sweet as a beautiful smile that comes from the inside of a man.
Dear friends, no one dying of hunger, misery, thirst, and so on, can ever give you that smile. I have gone through many African countries. I have met with people on one-on-one dying in pain, because of lack of means to fend for themselves. I therefore became very restless, restless because such painful images cannot give any sound sleep. I will like to congratulate and thank everyone who has committed his or her resources in saving lives here and there. With all that I saw, it prompted me to think carefully on the best ways to promote livelihood and how to raise community awareness on their environment, how it can be managed with profitable ventures, how to live a self-reliant life style.
With all this in mind the MOUNT CAMEROON AGRO FOUNDATION was born. In just a few years of our existence, many farmers can boast of better yields and improved economic life style. Many hunters who could no longer hunt due to the mount Cameroon national park can now do meaningful activities to sustain themselves. Tomato production, plantains, cassava, cabbages, piggery and poultry have increased tremendously. We are striving to do more (see our strategic plan for 2016 to 2020.). Water that is very scarce needs to be provided through boreholes. Hygiene and sanitation need greater attention, family planning is a key subject to control birth rate, young boys and girls need to be educated, capacity building needs attention.