Students of Lycee Molyko enjoying the "chop" or food.
Deforestation group of GHS Buea Town, Unemployment and Child Abuse from Lycee had not been able to turn in their letters yet but will do that ASAP.
As for the Advanced YAN class, 3 out of 5 groups have done their interviews leaving only Scamming and Poverty left! These will be filmed as soon as school resumes J
Since it was the last class of the term, and students are already finished with exams, both classes had a needed “fun day” where they enjoyed some music and food. For food I prepared salsa and guacamole with plantain chips. Both of the dips were strange and foreign to them but I gave a speech about keeping and open mind and reminded them that I didn’t know a single food when I came to Cameroon. I even told them I tried foods I can't pronounce, like Okongobong and ended up loving it!
Advanced YAN showing everyone how to dance!
Most of the kids enjoyed the
food, especially the guacamole since it was so close to something here they
called ‘puree’. Both classes even had a dance competition!! For Lycee it was
Advanced YAN vs the regular club class and for GHS Buea Town I split up the
class. We danced to popular Nigerian songs like Skelewu, Personally, Chop my
Money and a Cameroonian favorite: Stanely Enow’s Heir Pere. (I encourage your
to check all of these songs/videos out on YouTube because they are awesome!!)
Students at GHS Buea Town loved the new foods!
These ladies won the competition. In fact, there was no competition!!
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