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650 million people live without safe water.

M2.3 billion people don't have acess to adequate sanitation,one in three of the world's population.

Over 315,000 children die every year from diarrhoeal diseases caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation that's 900 children a day.

material-costs are, according to requirements,currently determined on site

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Lunching The Digital Library Project

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The Digital Library Project Mobilize, Advocate, Educate and Empower.

Living Green Cameroon (LGC) believe that the world is better off when every person is able to use a computer and also have access to the internet. The Digital Library Project (DLP) is a computer training project for vulnerable person. A Community Outreach Project (COP) with an objective to mobilize, advocate, and educate vulnerable youths, women and children (Youths with disabilities, youths living with HIV, children with hearing impairment). The mission is to help build their capacity in computer hardware/software while getting them connected with their communities, opportunities and ultimately help them out with their life goals. These vulnerable persons are people who are being neglected, ignored, mistreated and violated in their very own communities, homes and even in schools making them feel very unwanted. This project will include programs that empower leadership skills, presentations skills, communications skills, and being a change agent in their communities in a natural way make them feel comfortable about themselves. On the 19th Sep 2015 at the Benabape community football field Bonaberi-Douala a football match was organized to lunch the project Digital Library Project (DLP). After singing of the national anthem, a brief speech from the project director follow with the election of the Community Youth Leader (CYL). The football match that lasted 65 minutes, team "A" winning team "B" by 2 goals to 1. A cash price for first and second position was handed to best team and best player ending with a light refreshment at the community hall Benabape. 35 youths got involved and 11 children who equally they sign up for the project. This lunching was done under the supervision of the Ministry of Social Affairs represented by Mr Tabe Divine. The Digital Library Project was then posted online at Betterplace.org for fundraising. www.betterplace.org/p24022

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Living Green Cameroon is looking for young men and women willing to put their time and talent at work. We offer volunteer opportunities from diverse areas and walks of life.

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30 April 0

Living Green Cameroon is looking for young men and women willing to put their time and talent at work. We offer volunteer opportunities from diverse areas and walks of life.