Tuesday, February 14, 2017

All I want for Valentine's Day!





        Support Samiratu's ALU Dream!

On February 9, we received some incredible news that a JumpStart Academy Africa (JAA) alumnus, Samiratu Ntoshi has been selected to attend the African Leadership University in Mauritius (ALU).
BUT!
The cost of studying at the ALU campus in Mauritius is currently $10,000, which covers Tuition and Housing per year.


SO!
We need your help to get Samiratu to Mauritius!

We have launched a Go Fund Me Campaign to help Samiratu raise the funds she needs in order to attend ALA and we are counting your support.
                           Make a contribution today

Friday, February 10, 2017

Monday, January 16, 2017

Welcoming our new audience from the Isle of Man!

Monday, January 02, 2017

50 Most Influential Young Cameroonians

I have been nominated for the 50 Most Influential Young Cameroonians in the Personal Development and Academia category by Avance Media in collaboration with Celbmd Africa - The Pan African Professional Center #50MIYC.

Truly humbled and asking you all to PLEASE VOTE!  Here is the link http://cm.avancemedia.org/
What an exhilarating start to 2017!




Sunday, January 01, 2017

2017!!!

When you open a new book, the pages are blank. 
Life is just like that blank book.
A brand new chapter is about to start in your life.
So make a wonderful story and the chapter will meet a happy ending.

This year, reach out and get what you desire,
Get beyond your inhibitions, to reach higher,

And Remember with a new year, comes bigger challenges and opportunities.
Beat the challenges and grab the opportunities, with an equal zeal.

Happy New Year!

Friday, December 09, 2016

#BlackDecember

The land of my birth is on fire! Bamenda, Cameroon, my hometown weeps...


For so many years, Cameroonians have been led to believe that we live in peace when in reality, a select few live inside a fragile bubble of privilege. They bask under advantages bestowed upon them by birth, tribe or language. 

As a result, the Anglophone minority has put up with minimal compassion and maximum manipulation. We have been kicked in the teeth and told that it is their own fault, as our young men die out on the streets.

ALL CAMEROONIANS need to stand up and take the necessary steps to bring about change.
This country needs us! Standing by the sideline is not an option.

So whether you identify as Anglophone or Francophone, it is time to raise your voice.
Change is calling … Shout out in reply!

BUT we must proceed with caution…

In a country with teeming millions caught in the quagmire of poverty, and where lives are expendable to the leaders; a violent reformation will cause wide spread suffering, with no guarantee that such a change will be for the better.

We need to organize, strategize and bring down corrupt leaders with non-violent activism.

I believe, this generation, we are the ones!
We will break free from the chains of ignorance which bind us.
We will bring down the corrupt social hierarchy and bring equality to all.
We have a choice, we have our voice!


We will be Legends of Positive Change.

Madelle Kangha