Bilingual Grammar School Molyko - Buea
2011 - 2012
Child Labor by Holiness, Larisa, Vanisa, Chanta, and Cedric
Poverty by Love, Nana and anonymous
Environmental Protection by Umel and George
Nature Conservation by Daril and Percy
Development in Cameroon
Celles and Tracey started this project after a classroom debate on whether Cameroon is a developed country. They researched articles online and interviewed (Dr.) Fongot Kini-Yen Kinni, a dean from the Pan African Institute in Buea to better address the issue.
Mbigha Karelle Celles and Mbigha Sally Nzung Tracey
Kwankam chose child labour because of the serious problem it is in Cameroon. She did her own research on Child Labour, conducted the interview and did the video editing herself.
Kwankam Chechua Manzo with friend Eugene Bruna-lambe
Because of the present epidemic in Cameroon, Bleck and Desmond decided to do their project on Cholera. They conducted an interview with Dr. Trixy Franke of the 7th Day Adventist Clinic in Buea in creating their documentary.
Mbanwei Desmond and Bleck Eugen
Culture in Cameroon
Nancy and Naura decided to do a project on Culture and Tradition in Cameroon. They interviewed several teachers and students during the National Youth Day March on February 11th.
Mbigha Nancy and Mbigha Naura
Rights of a Citizen
"Here in Cameroon the citizens of this county are being maltreated because they don't know their rights. This is to tell the Cameroonians that they have rights and duties as citizens of this country."
Julliet Meh, Ndang Glory and Miriam Onwuneme
Emmanuel, Yoland Masoma and Ngolefac Ivan
These students concentrated on how corruption impacts the lives of ordinary citizens in Cameroon. They also addressed failed government attempts to curb said corruption
Buea School of the Deaf
Joshua Whitener, Olando Ngoh, Harris Mbah, Zabe Rene Yonga, Anangin Derick Anemoh, Erin Wildermuth, Ruth Uwem, Cameron Moseley and Mukoko Sandro
Sign Language Project
Students at the Buea School for the Deaf are learning video production as a method of improving the lives of deaf children in Cameroon. Specifically, they are producing a video that will teach their mentors, parents and neighbors in the villages sign language so that they can better communicate with each other.