I am a humanitarian educator very interested in providing opportunities to students from humble origins. After graduating from the Catholic University of Central Africa, I started working part time as assistant to my mother whom was working then for the Ministry of National Education.There in the region of Adamoua inthe northern part of the country, one with the highest rates of illeteracy, I could leran first hand how she was trying to implement the National Education Policy ina region were people are generally reluctant to send their children to school, considering it a waste of time, since they would get married anyway. This motivated me to undertake additional specialisation in Human Rights. Then I started teaching and seeing some students with a high potential struggling to attend school on a daily basis motivated me to do more. I had the opportunity to collaborate with the US Embassy in Cameroon in the Yale Young Global Scholars Program and got the first Cameroonian students selected with full scholarship to attend this program. One of them the son of a metallic carpenter is now in the United State and should start studying Mechanical Engeneering by next spring.Iam working on a book campaign donation of 18,300 books with a French NGO to rural schools in the northern Cameroon were classes arealmost empty because of Boko Haram attacks. With my organisation, we launched the Malala Youssafzai Leadership and Entrepreneurship Program to encourage young Cameroonians to emulate this brave Pakistanny young girl and become future leaders like her. Now, I decided to resume my studies with a Masters Degree in Human Rights and Humanitarian Assistance at the Catholic University.
Masters Degree in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action ( Class of 2018)- Catholic University of Central Africa
LLM in Law concentration Political Sciences 2004. Univresity of Yaounde II Soa.
Licence in Social Sciences.The Catholic University of Central Africa.