Stakeholders promise support for schools in Bamenda

As the Safe School Environmental Campaign (SSEC) is unfolding, some stakeholders have made known the kind of support they will be putting in, by the end of the campaign.

In a discussion with the Regional delegate for environment, protection of nature and sustainable development, Mr. Moma Henry Awah, he pledged environmental friendly trees and seedlings for the sustainability of school environments.

Christabel Neh (COMINSUD) in the meeting with Mr. Moma Henry Awah

Christabel Neh (COMINSUD) in the meeting with Mr. Moma Henry Awah

At the “Regional delegation for Water and Energy”, the newly appointed delegate as at now, is looking at delegating a committed staff to join the campaign’s monitoring and evaluation team.

Meeting in the office of the Regional Delegate for water and energy

Meeting in the office of the Regional Delegate for water and energy

The team will soon start accompanying the 27 schools in carrying out their action plans on their campuses as well as monitoring and evaluation as per a ranking system that has already been drafted.

We wish the schools within the SSEC all the best as they compete in sustaining and making their schools safe for learning.

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Community Initiative for Sustainable Development (COMINSUD) is an organisation dedicated to sustainable development in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. COMINSUDs main office is located in Ntarinkon but she works throughout the North West 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.