Our Partners

Our Partners

  • QYL

    The Queen’s Young Leader Award recognizes and celebrates exceptional people aged 18-29 from across the Commonwealth, who are taking the lead in their communities and using their skills to transform lives.


    The Rhodes Scholars’ Southern Africa Forum is a UK-based grant-making charity that supports community development initiatives in southern Africa. Founded more than a decade ago by a group of socially conscious Rhodes Scholars at Oxford, RSSAF has grown to support nearly 10 development projects every year.

  • MTV Staying Alive UK

    The MTV Staying Alive Foundation produces ground-breaking, original content that delivers vital HIV prevention messaging to a young international audience. Locally, we give the right tools to the right people in the right places – the young people with the influence, drive and determination to help protect their generation and beyond. Our mission won’t stop until this epidemic is over.

  • HRA Company’s Foundation

    The HRA Pharma Foundation was established in 2012, to reinforce our historical corporate social responsibility commitment and further promote and support the implementation of programs and activities primarily in the area of women’s health. Our dream is to foster young girls’ and women’s access to education, reproductive health and the arts across the world.

  • One Young World

    One Young World is a UK-based not-for-profit that gathers together the brightest young people from around the world, empowering them to make lasting connections to create positive change.

  • Women Deliver

    As a leading, global advocate for girls’ and women’s health, rights, and wellbeing, Women Deliver brings together diverse voices and interests to drive progress in maternal, sexual, and reproductive health and rights. We build capacity, share solutions, and forge partnerships, together creating coalitions, communication, and action that spark political commitment and investment in girls and women.

  • Mamfe Council

    The Council started around 1917 and was called Mamfe Native Authority (NA).  Comprised of present day Nguti, Fontem, Widikum, Akwaya, Eyumojock, Tinto and Mamfe Central Councils.  It later became Mamfe Area Council. Today it is known as the Mamfe council and is comprised of 10 village, and is responsible for the economic, social and cultural development of the municipality.