Caring for Cameroon, Bafou Village
"It takes a village to raise a child, it takes a world to raise a village." -Kerry
I'm traveling with a small delegation to help the Bafou village school & clinic in Cameroon, West Africa for
2.5 weeks this August. Google Map of Bafou, Cameroon, West Africa
Since 2008, the state hasn't taken care of the Bafou elementary school. Bafou village native who attended this
school, international martial arts expert, the African Bruce Lee, my friend, Master Dominique Saatenang, has been trying to pay the salaries of the Bafou village
schoolteachers, but your help is still needed. Photos of Bafou Village School w/ Dominique Saatenang, 2011
Working hand-in-hand with his non-profit *French Africa
Wushu Association (AFA WUSHU),
we'll be traveling with Mr. Saatenang to Bafou village to utilize your
donation to purchase much-needed supplies for the school: books, notebooks, pens, backpacks,
desks, and benches.
pennies for a rainy day. August is rainy season in Bafou, Cameroon. You can make it rain hope in this village." -Kerry Breuer
Bafou village had a clinic under construction, but due to a lack of funds, it remains abandoned. Your significant donation will help restart construction of the clinic to make healthcare a reality for this remote village.
(There is a naming opportunity for the clinic for a very Generous gift!) =D
Bafou village has no roads or vehicles, so getting to the nearest hospital 33.5 miles away is a matter of life and death!
Donate your 4x4 / SUV and we can ship it to Cameroon where it will make a huge difference for a whole village! =D
How your donation will be used:
70% Bafou village
20% to help with airfare, trip costs
10% Fundraising costs
Every bit helps and we THANK YOU for every penny! =D MERCI! =D
-Kerry Breuer works together with Mr. Saatenang providing French-English
written translations and also studies Chinese martial arts and language.
*The French Africa Wushu Association (AFA WUSHU) is a non-profit organization under French law #1901 to promote martial arts and African culture, committed to bringing new and effective responses to social issues.
Posted by Kerry Breuer