CAMEROON

1,115,591 People Impacted
145 Projects Completed
Batao Water
Project Type
Water
People Impacted
4,921
Donor
UNICEF
Completed
January 2020
Location
Live Monitoring
Batao Village is located 120 kilometers from Garoua, the capital city of the Northern Region in Cameroon. The village is home to 4,921 people who have no access to clean and safe water. The entire community relies on one open water source for their water consumption. In parallel, the local health center in Batao struggles to care for its patients as it lacks light and energy. In August 2019, Innovation: Africa, in partnership with UNICEF, installed a solar water pumping system to provide clean w ...
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Golombe Village
Project Type
Water
People Impacted
13,677
Donor
UNICEF
Completed
January 2020
Location
Live Monitoring
The Golombe Health Center is 27 km from Guider, the Health Center area has 16 villages with a population of around 65,286 inhabitants and the Golombe village has around 18,139 inhabitants. The clinic with 6 dedicated staff, is not electrified and does not have a vaccine fridge, it keeps the vaccines in Sorawel, 8 km from Golombé. There is no water point at the Health Center, the staff had to go to fetch water for treatments 1 km away and pay each time. There is only one water point (open pit) su ...
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Malla Village
Project Type
Water
People Impacted
4,800
Donor
Kirsh Foundation
Completed
March 2021
Location
Malla Village, home to 4,800 people and remotely located in the North of Cameroon, is 25 kilometers from the capital city of Garoua. The entire community is living without access to safe and clean drinking water. Mothers and children spend their days walking far distances, 1 kilometer, searching for and collecting water. The water source is an open pit that is extremely contaminated. In March, 2021, with the help of our generous supporter, the Kirsh Foundation, Innovation: Africa was able to ful ...
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Midjivin Water
Project Type
Water
People Impacted
7,992
Donor
UNICEF
Completed
August 2020
Location
Live Monitoring
Midjivin Health Center is located 89 km from Maroua, the capital of the rural Far North region in Cameroon. The Health Center operates at all hours of the day and night with no light or electricity and covers 13 villages with a total population of 11,418 people who have no access to clean and safe water. The Health Center with his 8 dedicated staff are operating during the night with no access to light or energy. On monthly average, the clinic welcomes 10 patients a day and at least 8 deliveries ...
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Babla Village
Project Type
Water
People Impacted
10,790
Donor
UNICEF
Completed
December 2019
Location
Live Monitoring
Babla Village, home to 10790 people and remotely located within Cameroon, is 20.0 kilometers from the capital city of Garoua. The entire community is living without access to clean water. Women and young girls walked long distances multiple times a day to collect water from a contaminated water source. The water source runs dry in the dry season, forcing the community to wait for hours or search for other water sources. Consuming the water from the existing water sources causes waterborne illnes ...
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Massgaya Village
Project Type
Water
People Impacted
7,789
Donor
UNICEF
Completed
November 2020
Location
Live Monitoring
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IDP Kolofata F1 Water
Project Type
Water
People Impacted
1,450
Donor
UNICEF
Completed
December 2019
Location
In February 2018, UNICEF and innovation: Africa entered a new partnership with the goal of increasing the access to safe drinking water in “Kolofata” Internally Displaced People (IDP) camp in the far north of Cameroon. The camp is inhabited by over 7,000 people, mainly Cameroonians who lived along the Cameroon-Nigerian and Cameroon-Niger borders and were forced to migrate and seek refuge in neighboring villages due to rising insecurity in their villages of origin. In order to achieve the set goa ...
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Djabi Village
Project Type
Water
People Impacted
8,694
Donor
UNICEF
Completed
January 2020
Location
Live Monitoring
Djabi Village, home to 8694 people and remotely located in the North of Cameroon. The entire community was living without access to clean water. Women and young girls walked long distances multiple times a day to collect water from a contaminated water source. The water source runs dry in the dry season, forcing the community to wait for hours or search for other water sources. Consuming the water from the existing water sources causes waterborne illnesses. With the generous support from UNICEF, ...
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Doumo Village
Project Type
Water
People Impacted
13,447
Donor
UNICEF
Completed
February 2020
Location
Live Monitoring
Doumo Village, home to 13,447 people and is remotely located within Cameroon.The entire community is living without access to clean water. Women and young girls walk long distances multiple times a day to collect water from a contaminated water source. The water source runs dry in the dry season, forcing the community to wait for hours or search for other water sources. Consuming the water from the existing water sources causes waterborne illnesses. With the generous support from UNICEF, in Feb ...
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Marma Water
Project Type
Water
People Impacted
3,150
Donor
UNICEF
Completed
January 2020
Location
Live Monitoring
Marma Village is located 87 kilometers from the closest town Tibati, in the rural Adamawa region. The village is home to 1,578 people who have no access to clean and safe water. The village clinic operates at all hours of the day and night with no light or electricity and serves 4 other villages with a population of 3,621 inhabitants. Hadja told us that the lack of electrical energy paralyzes not only the health center but also life, social, school, professional and all other activities. The dir ...
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