Since 2015, ACOHOF and Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Sweden have been collaborating extensively to identify a range of areas for growth in Tatum village in the North West Region of Cameroon. They are implementing projects that have broader implications for the underprivileged children that we serve and the community.
Students of EWB Sweden develop innovative and appropriate project solutions and have made relevant contributions towards the sustainable development of Tatum village in the Nkum Council area and its environs. In addition, several students of EWB Sweden have visited the locality either to carry out baseline surveys or to successfully implement designed projects.
ACOHOF and EWB Sweden had collaboratively implemented a good number of projects, including the Solar Cells project at the ACOHOF Family Farm School; the Computer for Schools project at the ACOHOF Family Farm School; and the Water Disinfection Systems (WADIS).
Our collective elaboration and feasibility studies for the Water, Hygiene and Sanitation Project, the Renewable Energy Project, the Rocket Stove project; were compromised by the escalation of the socio-political crisis in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon.