NCIG facilitated the formulation of a piggery project and submitted for funding to UNDP Douala which was approved for monitoring by NCIG. The contract to follow up the Tiko Unique Sisters Association (USA is an Association of Women Living with HIV/AIDS). Implementation of this project commenced and executed within the given period of time. The National Handicapped Persons Association (NAHPA) also benefited from the UNDP support and so provided NCIG with a second contract this year.


NCIG was awarded a contract by the HEIFER Kumba Field Office to train 8 of its supported groups in Fako and Meme Divisions on Group Dynamics and conflict Management. The contract also expected that NCIG will diagnose and suggest solutions to conflicts in these groups such that groups would be able to pass on the gift to other beneficiaries and spread the effects in their communities. The achievement from the partnership gained another contract for NCIG to more of such groups in the South West Region.


NCIG won a tender put forth by the Ministry of Agriculture on the cocoa and coffee sector in the South West Region. NCIG trained farmers, nursery attendants and frontline staff in preparation for the cocoa and coffee project in the country. NCIG gained another contract with MINADER to train farmers in Meme on palm nursery establishment and distribution of chitted nuts to some 1250 farmers in the region.


With the word bank supported community driven project for Cameroon, NCIG has been engaged in the elaboration of village and urban space diagnosis as well as council institutional diagnosis of the Menji council with a view of drawing up a participatory council development plan which could serve as a reference document for many years to come. This process was completed with the validation and submission of copies of the Menji Communal Development Plan Document to Menji Council and PNDP.



Our Peace Corp volunteer in the company of some participants at the conference in Bamenda

Our Peace Corp volunteer in the company of some participants at the conference in Bamenda

With the support of MRDF, NCIG initiated a network among MRDF partners in Cameroon. These partners include Youth Development Centre (YDC), NCIG in the South Region and CDVTA and PC Fonta in the North West Region. the first partners meeting was organised by NCIG at the Executive Hotel in Buea in which each partner organization was represented by its leader and at least three staff. The entire workshop hosted 16 participants for 4 days. An expected outcome of the workshop was that a support network with membership was set up and a plan of action also put in place. According to agreement reached in the plan of action, an exchange visit combined with a training on financial

accounting took place in Bamenda hosted by CDVTA in November. Partners at this workshop had the opportunity of witnessing the CDVTA organised old people’s conference with all its beneficiaries