Together for the environment
COMIHAS activities promote the protection of our environment and the sustainable use of resources.
Clean water for healty children
We provide water and sanitation facilities as well as training for children in schools.
Children are our future - so we teach them how to protect our nature for themselves and future generations.
We send kids to school
Together with sponsors in Cameroon and Germany, we send children to school by paying their school fees.
“Save the Environment” – Our Vision for Cameroon
Showcase Farm for Biodiversity and Agricultural Education
The project aims to bring young skilled and unskilled women and men together and to empower them by providing education and employment related to local agriculture and biodiversity conservation. Full project title: “Showcase Pawpaw Nursery and Farm for Biodiversity and Agricultural Capacity Building” Several practical training measures will lead to the development of a continuously running pawpaw nursery as well as a showcase pawpaw farm. Up to 40 young participants who show interest in local agriculture and environmental conservation will learn about the cultivation and sales of a local pawpaw species as a means of biodiversity conservation and to make up for income loss due to the current instability
Concerned Minds for Habitation Securities (2015): Environmental Education Learning Tool Kit For Secondary Schools. An Eco-School Action Learing Guide.
School Fee and School Books Project 2016/2017
The goal of the project was to send children from low-income families and orphans to school by providing their school fees for one school year. A total of 60 children benefited from school fee donations. 30 of them visit the “Presbyterian Nursery and Primary School Bomaka”, an elementary school in Buéa in the South-west region in Cameroon. The other 30 children go to the public “Government Bilingual Primary School” in Kumba. The children were selected by COMIHAS in close cooperation with the school’s head mistress. Additional funds were raised for 40 mathematics and 40 English books for orphans and children from fow-income families in Kumba. Donations were