CAMAAY is a grass-roots community NGO that is working with local villages and international volunteers to solve Water crisis and develop gardens

About the Project

By providing farm tools and training on how to use information and communication technology; setting up of agricultural resource centers; and teaching marketing skills for getting the best price at market, we hope to make farming easier, more productive, and more profitable.

We organize visits to other gardens, to help create regional networks for sharing knowledge, equipment, and produce.

CAMAAY works with local schools, young people, and rural women’s groups to solve these problems by providing the seeds, tools, information, experience and organization for farms that use organic methods and traditional practices to produce nutritious food in sufficient abundance to feed village families with enough left over to generate income.

Social Impact

-We are working with five primary schools in North-West Cameroon to develop self-sufficient, climate-resilient, earth-friendly gardens that will inspire the next generation of farmers.
-Implement emergency measures to protect and extend the water supply in the Batibo district (pop. 70,000)

NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organisation
Foundation Year
Contact Person
Jill Hinckley
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