Happy Thanksgiving from Bonazah Community Development of Africa Team
We at Bonazah Community Development of Africa are always happy when Thanksgiving is approaching because this wonderful holiday affords us the opportunity to thank all of our supporters. This year has been good to us and we thank you for your patronage and for allowing us to be of service to the underserved.
You may visit http://www.donationTo.com/Bonazah-Community-Development-of-Africa
where you can make a contribution online. Upon the completion of your donation you will receive a receipt and an acknowledgement letter from BOCODA-Team for your donation. Additionally, your name will be displayed on our website as a supporter.
Nkwen Bamenda a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to promote education and research in Cameroon was signed November 15, 2013.
Bonazah Community Development of Africa (BOCODA) and Bamenda University of Science and Technology (BUST) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to promote ongoing education and research in Cameroon. This partnership will enhance the understanding of economic development; foster global citizenship through business and education; promote the development, implementation, and monitoring of microfinance schemes that will benefit the underserved; provide economic education to individuals with limited formal education; and other activities deemed mutually beneficial to all parties. This will help position Bonazah Community Development of Africa to identify and provide humanitarian assistance to program recipients in an effective and efficient way.
Bonazah Community Development of Africa is known for its humanitarian assistances to the world's poorest poor. “We are very excited to work with BUST,” said Patience Ajoff-Foster, Program Director, BOCODA. Teaming up with BUST to engage in the research driven project “Global Citizenship through Business and Education” is an exciting development for our organization.
Bamenda University of Science and Technology is a great partner and this agreement exemplifies their dedication and support to nonprofit initiatives. The partnership reflects our desire to collaborate with institutions, organizations, foundations, and companies that share our vision "where every underserved child receives the education they need to thrive in their communities, nation, and the world".
For more information about Bonazah Community Development of Africa, visit its website at www.bocodainc.com.
For more information about Bamenda University of Science and Technology, visit its website at www.bamendauniversity.com
For more additional information please contact:
Ms. Evalden Tembeik Angum
BOCODA Program Director-Cameroon
You may visit http://www.donationTo.com/Bonazah-Community-Development-of-Africa or www.bocodainc.com where you can make a contribution online. Upon the completion of your donation you will receive a receipt and an acknowledgement letter from BOCODA for your
donation. Additionally, your name will be displayed on our website as a supporter under a range of donations. Your specific donation amount will not be displayed. If you don’t want your name displayed on our website as a supporter just let us know. If you are making a donation by check, please make it payable to: "Bonazah Community Development of Africa", Post Office Box 917, Fort Drum, NY 13602 or mail to: 5600 Gatebridge Road, North Chesterfield, Virginia 23234.
Etwii Ngie-Subdivision, North West Region, Republic of Cameroon October 26, 2013
Bonazah Community Development of Africa (BOCODA) is a nonprofit organization who is a provider of charitable giving and direct services in support of education throughout the globe. Today, announces the successful hiring of nine teachers pictured above for three primary schools in the Ngie Subdivision, Republic of Cameroon. The recent hire is to supplement the costs of basic human needs and augment a critical teacher shortage in the area. This achievement underscores Bonazah Community Development of Africa’s commitment to continuously support underprivileged children and qualifying educational activities serving children in impoverished communities throughout the continent of Africa.
The hiring of these teachers is a great milestone said Benjamen Azah, President of BOCODA. “We are very pleased that our supporters have recognized the value of education creating opportunities for impoverished children, orphans and others whose life circumstances have limited access to adequate education”. This significant milestone marked the first charitable initiative of the organization. Once funding and opportunities become available, BOCODA plans to expand its programs to additional countries in Africa. For more information about Bonazah Community Development of Africa, visit its website at www.bocodainc.com.
Bonazah Community Development of Africa has 6 job openings for Primary School Teachers in Etwii (GS Bonanyang, GS Tinakoh and GS Etwii) Ngie Subdivision, North West Region; Cameroon. These openings are for this academic year 2013-14. Applicants must have the following qualifications:
Qualifications and requirements
• Teacher Certification from an Accredited Institution recognized by the Ministry of Primary and Secondary education in Cameroon;
• At least two papers in the GCE Advanced Level or equivalent;
• Ability to teach pupils at the grade level for which they are applying and to select and use training procedures appropriate for a variety of situations;
• Effective communication skills
• Integrity – Job requires being honest and ethical
• Dependability- Job requires a reliable, responsible, and dependable individual who can fulfill assigned obligations
• Self-Control- Job requires maintaining composure, keeping emotions in check, controlling
anger, and avoiding aggressive behavior, even in every difficult situations.
• Leadership — Job requires a willingness to lead, take charge, and offer relevant opinions
• Stress Tolerance — Job requires accepting constructive criticism and dealing calmly and
effectively with high stress situations.
Salary: Starting salary amount is negotiable and dependent on applicant’s qualifications.
Schedule: Working hours are from 07:00 AM to 2 PM on Mondays through Fridays except for national and school holidays.
Contact: Thank you for your interest. If you require any additional information please contact the Program Director-Cameroon, Ms. Evalden, and email: Evalden@bocodainc.com, phone: 7778-4987 or 90593892.
We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Bonazah Community Development of Africa is
committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and is committed to making employment decisions based on merit. We are committed to complying with Federal, State and local laws providing equal employment opportunities, as well as all laws related to terms and conditions of employment. The organization desires to keep a work environment free of
sexual harassment or discrimination based on race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, sexual
orientation, physical or mental disability, marital status, age or any other status protected
by Federal, State or local laws.
The Back to School Initiative launched a few weeks ago has raised $1,377 out of $5,000 set goal. To achieve our goal we still need to raise $3,623 and are seeking your support to help with the realization of this goal. The funds raised will help hire at least 6 teachers in three primary schools, G.S. Bonanyang, G.S. Etwii and G.S. Tinakoh that are desperately in need of teachers to fill critical shortage in teacher to classroom ratio. The academic year has began, and the ratio of teachers to classroom stands at 1: 3 with each teacher alternating between classes to cover down on the vacancies, therefore, affecting the quality of classroom instructions. Bonazah Community Development of Africa is appealing for your
support to Join in supporting this cause by making a donation to give underserved community’s an opportunity to make a difference in their children’s life. Bonazah Community provides education support, and advise in order to ensure fair and equitable educational opportunities for children and reduce illiteracy rate and promote advancement; while enhancing partnership with the local communities to provide for all underprivileged and underserved children resources that enable them to have basic equal educational opportunity. Any amount of donation is appreciated and will go a long way getting us closer to our goal.
You may visit http://www.donationTo.com/Bonazah-Community-Development-of-Africa or www.bocodainc.com where you can find more information about our Teachers Program and also make a contribution online. If you are making a donation by check, please make it payable to: “Bonazah Community Development of Africa” and mail it to: Bonazah Community Development of Africa, 5600 Gatebridge Road, North Chesterfield, Virginia 23234 or Mail to: Post Office Box 917, Fort Drum, NY 13602.
Thanks in advance for all your support. Direct any questions to email@example.com or Worldwide: 1- 804-454-4444 and U.S. 1-877-998-6999. I strongly support this program and I am personally appealing for your support to help the realization of this program.
Yes, It’s true, millions of children right now, are living in poverty and have not eating a single meal today. There are food stores being put to waste while others go hungry. So I ask you, have you made any sacrifices today? Have you helped someone be it a loved one, Brother, Sister, Cousin,
Stranger; Homeless, Underprivileged Child or have you done a single act of being a Good Samaritan today, this week, this month. When was the last time you did something nice to someone badly in need of your kindness? When was the last time you said something nice to someone to brighten their day? Our Christian beliefs and teachings has taught us that the body has many parts and each part has a special function. Yes, it‘s true, that we are many parts of one
body, and we all belong to each other. Yes, it’s true, that we all belong to one community, one nation and one global village. We have all been blessed in different ways and engrave with God’s gift of serving each other. Yet many children go without food, many families without shelter and many more with special needs. How are you using your gift? Be a steward of the saying that if
your gift is serving others, serve them well. If you are a teacher, teach them well, encouragement be encouraging, giving, give generously, leader be responsible, kindness to other, do it gladly. Yes, it is true, that the comfort that God has given us is not to make us comfortable but for us to make others comfortable. No one knows what tomorrow brings, today you are comfortable,
tomorrow you may be needing comfort. If given the choice, no one wants to be born into a life of poverty. Thus revisiting the question, how are you using your gift? Many individuals, organizations, corporations, businesses, foundations, governments, churches and Bonazah Community Development of Africa are collectively trying to make the world a better-place with the basic
understanding that all humans are created equal and everyone should be given the equal opportunity and access to basic human needs.
You will not belief that so many underprivileged children are born into this world with an IQ as high as that of their privileged counterparts though if given ample opportunity and resources, the underprivileged children can make the transformation that enable them to performed at equal or even better than average in every facet of life i.e. academic, creativity, science, social, and competitive sports. Lack of the support systems most often financial resources leaves underprivileged children cheated in fully exploring their God given abilities and exercising the very basic fundamental of human existence. It happens. Why? Is there so much disparity in today’s society? What happened to caring for one another, sharing and feeling each other pains and suffering? In poverty and in richness, underprivileged or privileged, every child born in a
demographic, economic and geographic regions or conditions that deprives them of basic human rights, oath to be given a second chance in life to realize their full potential in achieving their dream. Strange is it? Yes, it is true. Consciously or subconsciously people turn to make choices that intuitively align with their faith. Faith is a necessary force that can completely transform a
child or family’s current economic situation turning their hopelessness to hopefulness. Images of a child who is born into a poor family where there are no means of supporting the child’s aspirations and dreams. The one thing that keep’s them going is their faith in believing that one day their situation will change and a better opportunity will present its with renew hope for a prosperous future.
Bonazah Community Development of Africa mission is to empower the underprivileged children with educational assistance that creates opportunities for them to graduate from primary through secondary schools and to ensure them the possibility of higher education in order to live’ a successful life as young and productive adults. Bonazah commitment is to fully invest in providing for underprivileged children, the educational services that can transformed and enriched them with mentorship in cultural and traditional values, counseling, tutoring. Career panel, developmental skills and community services volunteers ship. Bonazah wants to make a positive impact in Cameroon in particular and in communities throughout Africa by helping the underprivileged children to stay in school by providing them with an environment conducive to learning. Bonazah served the underserved children from rural areas and help underprivileged children by
providing for them materials, financial and educational support. Gifts to support Bonazah programs enable the staff to provide for underprivileged children the teaching assistance and encouragement they need in achieving their educational goals. Bonazah promotes educational programs that strengthen underserved children and provide the financial support to local schools to help hire teachers to augment critical teacher’s shortage. Your support to this organization will help with the realization of these goals of supporting underprivileged children with school supplies. Hope that Bonazah Community Development of Africa provides the space and opportunities to use your gift of giving to give generously and making a commitment to make a change in the life
of an underprivileged child. However, note that any gift or donation amount is appreciated.
You can also help by volunteering; perhaps you can call individuals in your personnel or professional to support the work of this great organization. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to support Bonazah Community Development of Africa. Visit http://www.donationTo.com/Bonazah-Community-Development-of-Africa
or www.bocodainc.com where you can make a contribution online. Upon the completion of your donation you will receive a receipt and an acknowledgement letter from Bonazah Community
Development of Africa Management Team thanking you for your donation. Additionally, your name will be displayed on their website as a supporter. If you don’t want your name on Bonazah website as a supporter just let the management team know. If you are making a donation by check, please make it payable to: Bonazah Community Development of Africa and mail it to: Post Office Box
917, Fort Drum, NY 13602.
For details about Bonazah Community Development of Africa activities, visit www.bocodainc.com or Phone contact: 804-454-4444 or call our 24/7 number at 1-877-998-6999. This critical work would not be possible without the generosity and support of donors like YOU.
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financial services where they're needed most. When combined with gifts from others, your donation is multiplied throughout the developing world, providing the greatest number of opportunities for people in poverty to transform their lives.
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Bonazah Community Development of Africa (BOCODA) is a non-profit
charity corporation created for the purpose of assisting the under privilege
children. It is funded totally by donations of caring individuals,
organizations, corporations, businesses, foundation grants, government grants
and churches. Our goals are straightforward and from the heart, as we worked
effortlessly to give underserved children’s an opportunity to make a difference
in their current situations by creating a safe, loving and nurturing
environment by providing for these children a healthy diet and a good education
that will enable them to become great asset to their
BOCODA provides support, educate, and advise in order to ensure fair and equitable
educational opportunities for children and reduce illiteracy rate and promote
advancement; while enhancing partnership with the local communities to provide
for all under privilege children resources that enable them to have basic equal
educational opportunity for primary and secondary education. I strongly support
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charity efforts. Any amount of donation is appreciated and will go a long way
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organization @ www.bocodainc.com. You can also make your donations
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Post Office Box 917
Fort Drum, NY 13602
Direct any questions you may have about Bonazah Community Development of Africa to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Worldwide: 1- 804-454-4444 or U.S. Callers 24/7 at 1-877-998-6999.
Underserved children from economically challenged rural areas need your help and support. By you or your organization making a much needed donation today you will join Bonazah Community Development of Africa (BOCODA) in providing support to the individuals and communities that needs your generous support to affect the changes needed in changing their situation. People like you enable us to make this a dream come through to the underserved children and communities enabling sustainable living around the globe. Your help and support will enable Bocoda to carrying out the humanitarian assistance to those who would have otherwise have no access to these life support systems that would change their life and community for the betterment
You can assist by joining our organization in sharing its vision by either contributing school materials, teaching assistant or financial support to fund some of our projects. Our organization is involve at local level bringing help and offering support where it is most needed as each community has a very unique challenges. So many children may have to overcome many
environmental or family difficulties in order to get to school. Others may need shoes, a
school uniform, a hot meal, or a place where they can do their homework in peace. Take Bonanyang where we initiated our program for example. Bonanyang have a primary school, but not enough teachers. We are working with the local people to find the best solutions for their children. We work in collaboration with local government to provide education support to the most needed by either working on a joint program whereby government funded teachers will be paid by the government and any additional teachers hire on our program to augment teachers shortage are paid by Bocoda or simply providing material and financial support to each underserved child. Basically, the program works this way; a school may have seven teachers, four teachers are paid by the government and three additional certified teachers are paid by Bocoda. In some cases, depending on the situation, we may provide for free lunch to be provided by their school a day which makes all the difference for some children who are parentless. It may be the only nutritious meal they have all day. An added value may be an incentive for a parentless child who would otherwise not have a meal to want to go to school and get a primary education as well as a meal a day. Help us reach our goal by supporting the ongoing funds raising at: http://www.donationTo.com/Bonazah-Community-Development-of-Africa or Visit us at www.bocodainc.com
Thank you for your kind donation of $100.00. Your caring support to underserved Children would allow them equal opportunity and access to education. We at Bonazah Community Development of Africa will make a great difference in the lives of thousands of underprivileged children with the support of people like you.
Your gift already will be use to help pay for the education needs of underprivileged Children from rural areas. There's no doubt that the need is huge. There are estimated hundreds of millions children who are in needs of assistance in the developing nations alone. However, the supports of donors like you are helping us to make it possible for underserved children and to lead happier and fruitful lives. Thank for your generosity and support with the gift of $100.00. We look forward to a continuing partnership with you.
Thank you again for your compassionate support. We hope that you will continue to partner with us in our commitment to providing to the world poorest poor and giving underserved children from rural areas equal opportunity to education.
Bonazah Community Development of Africa (BOCODA INC) provides support, educate, and advise in order to ensure fair and equitable