Assistance to underprivileged students in the commune of Fundong NW, Cameroon
Updated: Dec 13, 2020
500,000 CFA ($1000) is the value of the support that the president and general coordinator of public health programs of the American humanitarian organization; the International Consulting Aid Network (ICAN), offered to disadvantaged students at the Government Technical High School (GTHS) of Fundong town, NW Cameroon.
The donation ceremony took place Monday 02, 2015, at the school campus in the presence of the administrative staff, students, and parents.
Handling the gift composed of Certificates of appreciation, Calculators, student tuition fees, Workshop books, Medical books, and Academic booklets, Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit says that.
“The partnership between ICAN Foundation and GTHS expresses the solidarity of the two organizations for the well- being of poor children and the fight against poverty they have been conducting for many years.”
For that fact: “He exhorted the students to have faith in future and promised that
his organization has been and will always be at the avant-garde of the fight against poverty through the different projects that will be started.”
On her closing argument, the school administrator, Mme Okah Kah Emmerencia, on behalf of the students and faculties, “Thanked the American
doctor for the generous gesture, not without inviting students to use what they received and to work harder in their study for their success in the different exams.”
She then “pleaded for such actions to continue and inspire goodwill’s for many intelligent students who are often forced to abandon their studies by the lack of financial means.”
The special assistance project for underprivileged students was instituted over five years ago by Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit to support the community initiatives of the African country’s poor populations.
Success has crowned the project since its initiation and includes community contributions in the form of financing, equipment, training, and scholarships for needy students.
John Gum Colin Fundong, Fundong NW Cameroon.