The project objective is to rebuild an existing public and unique school for the Baka communities in the neighbouring village in the boucle of the Dja Faunal Reserve called Schwam, in the south eastern of Cameroon.
The current Baka school has only one mud classroom with a tin roof for all students. It is used for all classes with other children from surrounding villages such as Ekom, Kagnol, Kolekul, Maleuleu, Malen V et Nken.
The Baka people also known as Pygmies are indigenous communities living in several reserves in central Africa. They are among the poorest, vulnerable and fragile communities in the world.
Building the proposed school will improve the Baka Communities livelihoods and human rights. It will also contribute to the protection of the wildlife and environment.
We appreciate your generous contribution to this project and for the Baka children and communities.