In 2023, The Francis Ngannou Foundation built in Douala the second MMA Certified gym in Cameroon and the whole Central...Read MoreJanuary 1, 2023
In 2019, The Francis Ngannou Foundation built in Batié the very first MMA Certified gym in Cameroon and the whole...Read MoreMarch 6, 2023
Accross Cameroon, The Francis Ngannou Foundation has renovated, modernised and expanded dozens of shcool. Our school refurbishment initiatives consist in...Read MoreMarch 6, 2023
Women Maternity & Pediatrics Hospitals
To tackle the maternal and infant mortality rates that are still abnormally high due to the crucial lack of infrastructures, The Francis Ngannou Foundation ambitions to build the first Women, Maternity and Pediatric Hospital in the entire West region of Cameroon which is home to more than 2.7 millions inhabitants. The hospital will be accessible to and serve at least 650,000 inhabitants on a superficy of 4,500 km2.
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Emergency Medical Services 4 All
International standards recommend provision of 1 ambulance for every 50,000 people to fulfil demand for transporting patients to definitive care facilities in Low and Middle Income Countries / LMICs (cf: US National Institute of Health).
Cameroon being home to more than 28 millions inhabitants the country should thus account for at least 560 ambulances accessible to all. However, due to the local realities we are far from this number. For the well being of the Cameroonian population via the improvement of public emergency health, The Francis Ngannou Foundation ambitions to contribute to the popularisation of Ambulances in the entire country.
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Renovate to Innovate Programme
Accross Cameroon, The Francis Ngannou Foundation has renovated, modernised and expanded dozens of shcool.
Our school refurbishment initiatives consist in repairing and replacing basic and primary infrastructures in public and non-public schools in Cameroon such as:
Leaking roof refurbishment, wall paintings, floor flatening, windows and doors repairs, lighting installations, water drill consructions, tables, desks, chairs refurbishment and / or replacement, classroom ventilation systems, new generator installations, girls and boys new separated moderm, clean and health friendly sanitories. Sometimes we have provided schools with books and furnitures.
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Apply for a school renovation by filling the form.
Teens in Actions Programme
The Francis Ngannou Foundation has recently introduced this programme and hasalready registered 175 volunteers. The goal is to empower young volunteers to undertand their power in society, to educate them on the issues we fight for and to make them more responsinle as they can see first end the consequences of the many plagues that suffocate our society, our communities in Cameroon, in Africa and in our Wolrd.
Events and Corporate Team Bonding Programme
One of our motivations at The Samuel Eto’o Foundation is to design win-win solutions that give satisfaction to the most stakeholders and beneficiaries.
With our Events and Corporate Team Bonding Volunteering programme and with the help of our expert partner, we design volunteering activities for groups that enable individuals, companies and institutions to develop strength and leadership.