Adamawa Region: CERAC Talks To Youths

Circle of friends, Cameroon have in a particular way wished youths of the Adamawa region a fervent celebration ahead of February 11th 2022, by reaffirming her commitment in guiding young people through a series of activities; culminating in equipment delivery and giving out didatic materials to establishments in the region.

Celebrating youths while disseminating education talks, with over 40 students from different establishments in the Adamawa region, was an initiative launched by the First Lady, Mrs. Chantal Biya, Founding President of CERAC, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador.

This was organized so that youths actively participate in the development of Cameroon by providing major aid to the most deprived populations. 

Declared public utility, CERAC includes the diplomatic component which includes the wives of Ambassadors and High Commissioners accredited to Cameroon, the national component includes members of government and assimilated, officials of public and parastatal companies, wives of members of government , elected representatives of the people.

CERAC, since its creation in 1995, acts throughout the national territory, visiting the sick, building schools for the education of young Cameroonians, making donations to various hospitals, schools and more.

CERAC also works against natural disasters, suffering of all kinds and against HIV/AIDS.

By Katakap Heritier

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