Give me work that suits me and I shall never have to work again.
- Confucius

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Effie’s Design and Tailory Shop

After a long preparation and in collaboration with Ida Now and Modou Ceesay, KW decided to support Fatou Sanneh with her project: a Design and Tailory Shop. We have made available an amount of 5000 euros that will be paid […]  read more

The first mushrooms are coming

Growing mushrooms is quite a process. First you build a dark damp room. This space is thoroughly sterilized. By grinding corn on the cob in a specially designed machine, you create the nutritional basis for the mushrooms. Through an intensive […]  read more

Social and cultural travel to the Gambia

From January 14 – 24, 2022, 10 of us will be going to Gambia. Besides enjoying the wonderful climate, the beach, the African culture and the friendly people, we will help the Bymyra Bilingual school with: *A first aid course […]  read more

66 Gambian(5y), 4 Cameroonian (3y) and 17 Gambian (2y) sponsored children

Thanks to the friends of KameroenWerkt! we are able to sponsor 66 children for 5 years on the Bymyra Bilingual School, 17 children for 2 years via the Bridge-project and 4 Cameroonian children for 3 years .  read more

Working hard on the ‘house’ for the mushrooms

Before the rain season finally arrives, the ‘house’ (the nursery) for the mushrooms must be ready. ¬†Building there is still completely done by hand. A team of about 27 day laborers worked hard the whole day and the evening.  read more

New Project: A mushroom nursery in Foumbot

There is a lot of demand for mushrooms in Foumbot and the surrounding area and there is too little supply. A collective called “Champignons de Foumbot”, led by Richard JOSS de NGAPOUT, has conducted extensive research into setting up a […]  read more

‘Champignons de Foumbot’ grow organical mushrooms

KameroenWerkt (CameroonWork) supports the ‘Champignons de Foumbot’ collective led by Richard JOSS de NGAPOUT in Cameroon to create sustainable employment in the form of a mushroom farm. This nursery will provide many people with income so that they can build […]  read more

The ‘Bridge – project’

Nearly three hundred former world leaders, top economists and education experts are warning the world of a ‘COVID generation’ with millions of children who have not received a good education. This group will therefore only be able to survive by […]  read more

Meeting with all parents from sponsored children of the Bymyra Bilingual School

Despite the limitations resulting from the corona crisis, Bertie Hendriks traveled to The Gambia and had a meeting with all the parents of the children sponsored by KW on Sunday 17 January. During the meeting Ida Ndow head of the […]  read more

The Bridging project

With its latest promotion;¬†‘Cameroon Works collects money to helps children who were taken from school due the corona crisis. Many parents miss their income because the pandemie destroyed the tourist industry in the Gambia. KW helps 17 children to go […]  read more