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Research & Development Without Borders

A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR LEARNING- Back-to-school project

As communities around the world respond to the rapidly evolving situation around Covid-19 RDWB( Research and Development Without Borders) a Cameroonian-based NGO came up with a new concept known as the back-to-school campaign to help the local community effectively fight the pandemic. This involved disinfecting classrooms, toilets and the school environment as a means to protect young people and provide a safe learning space for all. Apart from covid-19, kids from community schools are often faced with common flu and other hygiene-related conditions. The project targeted low-income schools around the Mbalgong community found in the out sketch of Yaounde Cameroon and so far about 80% of schools have been disinfected.

BENEFITS TO SCHOOLS

  • This campaign will create a safe environment for both staff and pupils.
  • Reduce medical costs for parents as pupils will be free from common flu, diarrhoea other related diseases.
  • Creates sanitation awareness in communities starting from the school milieu

REVIEW FROM SOME BENEFICIARIES

GROUP SCHOLAIRE BILINGUE GUEJIO

I greatly appreciate the work you guys are doing, it is good to know young and vibrant youths have the less privilege at heart, continue to do the kind work and may this king’s gesture push other youths to take action in ameliorating the lives of the vulnerable population

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