Every Child is Ours 

Facts about Children and Education
Today, it is estimated that there are over 143 million orphans in the world. That is enough children to go three times around the world at the equator. The study indicates that the child poverty rate in Cameroon was 46.02% in 2007. Furthermore there exist disparities in the incidence of poverty within the country; households with children in rural areas are six times as likely to be at risk of poverty as compared with households with children in urban areas. In terms of deprivation, 64% of all children in Cameroon experience at least one form of severe deprivation, the most frequent of which is access to housing. Additionally, 30% of children lack access to food; 30% of children are deprived of access to information; and 20% of education.


Every Child is Ours is a project based on participation of our international volunteers assisting children’s education. Our most concerned target are deprived children in orphanages and school where most of students are from very poor families.

Other Social Projects:
Madiba Cameroon Project | Discover and Empower Orphans Program | School Education for Children Development Program | Gender Capacity Building Program | Community Impact Development Program

Our life changing eXPerience | Become a volunteer

Beñat Aranburu, Spain 2014

My name is Beñat and I live in the Basque Country. Last summer, I travelled around Cameroon for a few weeks. Before going to Cameroon I had the opportunity to get in touch with Webdev Foundation, a Cameroonian NGO that

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Asan (China), 2014

Asanfsky Li, AIESEC ZZU I am Asan Li, I arrived in Douala, Cameroon in 10th , July,2014 and began my EP trip. It took me more than 6 hours from Douala to my intern village: Bangoua, which was located in

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Miranda (China), 2014

I was very glad to be in the team of the Webdev Foundation. I spent 4 weeks with lots of great partners: Asan, Manuela, Shandy, Stefan, Sean, Anna, Juana, Clara, Franklin, Aristide, Jason, Song, Stephen, Gustav, Gildas and our chief

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Clara Huelskemper (Germany), 2014

I enjoyed working with the international team very much, and I am sure that the students, too, enjoyed the cultural exchange. Sessions like Chinese were only possible with the Chinese volunteers. However, I do think that in the next years

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Onome Samuel (Nigeria), 2013

The working relation was a mixture of pressure and also relaxed. There were times things got dragging and there also times things were running smooth. In general, the supervision from the CEO shows a great deal of leadership. The works of the

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Aska Czechowska (UK & Poland), 2013

Getting on the project: Finding the project was rather tricky as it would not come up when I was searching the internet for volunteering in Africa. One of my friends mentioned doing work exchange as a part of her university

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Sabina Li (China), 2013

Before I went to cameroon, it’s totally a blank to me.Although there were a lot of message came to me,I knew that’s not true,there are still lots of misunderstanding of africa,so one of my goal is to explore the real

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Naroa Ibargoyen (Spain), 2014

My name is Naroa, I live on the north of Spain, and this summer I’ve been travelling around Cameroon. During my trip, I had the opportunity to visit WebDev Foundation. It is a local NGO covering many projects which I

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Constance Chou (China), 2013

On the second day I arrived at the intern house in Bangoua, TTT, short for Train The Trainer, was held, lasting 3 days, which is aimed to help trainers know more about the organization and the project. Meanwhile, we got

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Melanie Kunz (Germany) 2013

I had the chance to go on the fields in villages where Webdev works. I went to an orphanage. Just a house with an almost empty room and view chairs and an inner courtyard. The kids are very open minded

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Linda Koenigsmann (Allemagne) 2013

Cameroun…qu’est-ce que je savais avant d‘être venue ? Pas beaucoup. Bien sur, le séjour était bien organisé par Bobga Gerald et Hope Foundation/ Clotaire Ntienou et WEBDEV Foundation, quand même, je ne savais pas exactement où je vais rester, où

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Tanja Aumer (Germany) 2013

Despite of some difficulties, it was interesting to see how a NGO in Africa is working and I learnt to learn out of my mistakes and mistakes of others. So I see it nevertheless positive as an experience where one

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Robert Hör (Germany) 2013

The first days we spent at the school were used to deliver the same sessions like in the orphanage. In workshops adapted to the classes we implemented them. Afterwards we split us up. Everyone had one class to teach a

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Ana De La Barra (Brazil) 2013

My personal goal was to have an impact on the children, teach them subjects that would be usefull and inspire them. Also encourage them to be curious and interested in the world different cultures, news and information, but mostly to

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Rosa Willock (UK) 2012

My expectations of the project If I am honest my expectations of the project were quite naive. I had travelled alot before and I think I expected the project to be like my previous experience. I did not consider the

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Nathalie (China) 2012

Every experience matters This is the first time I come to this continent, africa. I’ve experienced omething I never think about. I wrote my own story here.What ever it is good or bad, every part of it influence me and

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Marina Khun (France) 2011

Dans un premier temps, je suis partie une semaine en avance dans le village concerné, accompagné des managers et de deux autres stagiaires pour promouvoir le projet auprès des églises et de certains lieux clés pour coller les affiches, distribuer

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Jean Sebastien (Canada) 2011

Durant le séjour, j’ai été responsable de la gestion du volet sur l’entrepreneuriat en collaboration avec une équipe solide et très disciplinée. Je m’acquittais aussi du travail technique comme la traduction des présentations et leur élaboration en vue d’être présentées

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Kamila Simkova (Czeck Republic)

I did come to Yaounde earlier, so I had opportunity to create my own sessions. Thanks to this a learned a lot about specific topics. There were also held sessions for interns about various topics which should be delivered in

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Sabrina Lim Siew Lee (Malaysia) 2011

I had been in the project for 57days, arrive earlier at Yaounde to prepare for the project. Attended Train the Trainer program. Team leader of CSR subject in charge of 6 members. Facilitator and co facilitator, reporter of Health ,

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Amelie Dufour (Netherland) 2011

From Summer 2011 Project in Bangoua: The most important thing I achieved is to adapt myself quickly in a totally different (working) situation than I’m used to. There were some moments in which I found this was very difficult, but

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Yujin Lee (Netherland) 2011

First of all, I can now better explain about malaria, HIV/AIDS, cholera. I’ve realized how the information that I had was little. Moreover, I did not know much about cholera before, but now I feel like I’ve become almost an

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Incomes Generation Projects

Incomes Generation ProjectsCommunity Center of Technology Project
In a social context or access to technology is limited to people living in urban areas, we have trained over three years young in rural areas in the field of ICT and our investigation to date we have trained almost 500 youth in rural areas (3 villages) in Cameroon.
Access to computers is not the prerogative of all social strata in our country; we want to create in the coming years in the city of Bafoussam a multimedia center that will promote access to ICTs of young orphans, and other disadvantaged young people for free training in computer science and computer literacy.

Tourism Project
Cameroon is described as “Africa in miniature”. Our Tourism project is therefore promoting its diversity of climate, culture, and geography.

Webhosting / Webdesign Project
From all over the world, companies and organizations are fighting for a place in the virtual world called is the internet. Yet in Africa in general and Cameroon in particular, this area is still not well known to our institutions, or at least we do not always grasp the relevance and the benefits of the Internet for both individual needs and for the needs of the company or organization.