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About COMINSUD

Community Initiative for Sustainable Development (COMINSUD) is an organisation dedicated to sustainable development in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. Headquartered in Ntarinkon, Bamenda, COMINSUD works throughout the region to improve the lives and livelihoods of Cameroonians. Focusing on projects and programs of democracy, women's empowerment and good governance, COMINSUD aims to work with rural communities towards a better and more sustainable future.

NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS IN BAMENDA HAVE BEEN AWARDED CERTIFICATES TO RECOGNISE THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT.

COMINSUD has officially ended the National volunteer program that trained and engaged 15 youths in the northwest region to volunteer within specific structures and contribute to community development. The program ended on Monday the 31st of March 2014 with a … Continue reading

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THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING MORE WOMEN IN COUNCILS ! So Women Let Your Voices be Heard and Let Your Actions Be Seen.

 COMINSUD started an advocacy campaign on the International Women’s Day (IWD) 2012 which was extended to 2013 to raise awareness and increase the political confidence of women with the goal of increasing women participation in politics and to achieve the … Continue reading

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COMINSUD BIDS FAREWELL TO A TRUE AMBASSADOR AND BAOBAB OF VOLUNTEERING-MICHELLE HAIN

COMINSUD based International volunteer Michelle Hain has officially ended her volunteer activities in Cameroon. In the last four years, Michelle Hain VSO (Voluntary Services Overseas) international volunteer placed in COMINSUD served as process facilitator to the organization, and rendered incredible … Continue reading

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NOVEMBER IS WORLD TOILET MONTH. WE GIVE THE SHIT! DO YOU?

The world toilet day (19 November) was created since 2001 to raise awareness on the struggle for proper sanitation faced by some 2.5 billion people in the world.We advocate for safe toilets and portable water supply as a way of … Continue reading

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‘THINK. EAT. SAVE’

COMINSUD and CAMORIF join environmental stakeholders in activities marking the 2013 World Environment Day Within the framework of the 2013 World Environment Day commemorated under the theme ‘Think. Eat. Save’, COMINSUD and CAMORIF together with the Network of Environmental Stakeholders … Continue reading

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Ready to Stand

Forty women in the North West Region have been trained to boast their political confidence and capacity in view of the 2013 Parliamentary and Municipal elections in Cameroon. On the 26th and 27th of March 2013, these women were trained … Continue reading

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EQUIPPED TO LEAD

COMINSUD with support from VSO Cameroon has completed step one of the project “Young Women Empowerment” on the 24th and 25th of January 2013. Conceived and run by 3 in house volunteers of COMINSUD, 63 female youths in Bafut and … Continue reading

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Women, Let Your Voices be heard!

COMINSUD ORGANIZES WORKSHOP AIMED AT TESTING TRAINING MATERIAL TO DEVELOP WOMEN’S POLITICAL CAMPAIGN SKILLS COMINSUD organises a two day workshop on the 4th and 5th October 2012 to test the training materials and workshop methodology being proposed for training women … Continue reading

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TOGETHER LET US STRENGTHEN CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN CAMEROON

COMINSUD has embarked on contributing to local governance practices in a bid to increase the number of persons who registered and effectively vote in the 2013 elections.This initiative has been realized in collaboration with Counterpart International. In view of this … Continue reading

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COMINSUD EARNS CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION FROM CAHRP 2012

The Cameroon Academic Honour Roll Program (CAHRP) coordinated by The World Vision for Education and Development(WVED) works in collaboration with COMINSUD in upholding sustainable development in the domain of academics. The (CAHRP) has as main objective recognizing achievements, encouraging participatory … Continue reading

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