The Manengouba Foundation appreciates your generous support. Your contributions go far in Cameroon and make everything we do possible. There are many ways to help.

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Click the "Donate" button below to complete your online donation through GlobalGiving.




Checks or money orders can be made payable to: "Manengouba Foundation." Please do not send cash through the mail. Checks and money orders must be in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank. Mail gifts to:

Manengouba Foundation, Inc.
Attention: Gifts
P.O Box 10661
Silver Spring, MD 20914 

If you would like us to send you envelopes for ease of your next gift, let us know. We are happy to assist you with your very important support.

Bénévolats (en français)


The Manengouba Foundation offers exciting volunteer opportunities supporting the work of our community empowerment in Cameroon and in the U.S. helping our organization to grow and serve more communities. We are currently seeking volunteers in many areas including:

  1. Grant-writing

  2. Fundraising

  3. Web development

  4. Communication

  5. Community outreach and education

If you are interested in volunteering with The Manengouba Foundation, please feel free to contact us at

Nos partenaires (en français)


We thank our partners for their collaboration. Check out our Current Projects for details on current endeavors, or contact us to learn about how you can partner with us.

Nos supporteurs (en français)


We are proud and honored to have the support of the following organizations. To learn more about corporate sponsorship, please contact us.

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Omniplex Group Limited provides the tools, training, services and support needed to turn eLearning into something meaningful, something powerful, something amazing.

By Issa Sikiti da Silva 
Teaching and learning have since dramatically changed and improved at the College Socka Bongue in Cameroon thanks to the supply by Keepod of 650 computing devices and 26 laptops, with each device costing as little as US$7. Keepods, described as ‘the $7 personal desktop’ are USB hard drives that contain the operating system and user data, so allowing many people to share a single PC. The project was run through an NGO, Manengouba Foundation, and funded through the Omniplex Group’s corporate social responsibility programme.

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“If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn”  - Ignacio Estrada