A Little Kindness

Goes a Long Way

Last year, your donations helped build the kilometer-long track from Bankondji village to the school site to provide year-round access to students and the five-ton trucks that haul building materials to the construction site.

This year, your continued support will allow us to reach our goal of providing a Tutoring Program to our prospective students during the summer of 2016. Together we built the road and Aumazo’s future looks rosy because of its partnership with you. And we thank you for all that you do to lead us to success.

How Your Donation is Invested

  • $5 buys one roof batten (a total of 700 is needed)
  • $15 provides one chair (300 are needed)
  • $22 buys one corrugated sheet (a total of 1,000 is needed)
  • $25 buys one desk (140 are needed)
  • $50 buys one bathroom sink (8 are needed)
  • $78 buys a combination of frame & shutter (40 are needed)
  • $120 buys a frame & door combination (30 are needed)
  • $200 provides one bunk bed (32 are needed for the dormitory)
  • $250 buys one toilet combination (16 are needed)
  • $500 helps to support a qualified teacher
  • $700 buys a new computer for the Techno-Center
  • $1,000 develop the school's residential farm program
  • $2,000 builds one façade (a total of 8 make a school building)
  • $4,000 helps install the sewage system
  • $5,000 provides flooring & walls
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Your Financial Support Is Needed. Individual benefits, as well as benefits to society as a whole, are greater when a girl is educated. “Research consistently shows that education for girls is one of the most effective investments a nation can make to improve the health and prosperity of present and future generations (Save the Children).”

Aumazo will empower girls, help them become self-sufficient so that they can later contribute to both rural communities and other aspects of Cameroonian society. Our pilot model is unique and replicable in the long run in other rural communities of Cameroon and Africa as a whole.

The benefits are already palpable: the new school is already transforming the Bankondji community. Members have united to practice volunteering, which was unknown before the start of the school construction. Prospective students are already visiting the site in hopes that they will attend the new school. Local contractors and their incredible ability to solve problems have minimized the high labor costs.