WHY CHO NGAFOR FOUNDATION
My late Father Mr. Cho Martin Ngafor was a dedicated teacher who used our dining room to teach children who child not afford the basis of primary education. After he passed away so many children remained at home. They could not afford the basis or primary education due to lack of financial support from their immediate families. The provision of effective and affordable education continues to be a challenging task in some hard to reach communities in Cameroon, Illiteracy keep affecting the human population in a seemingly non-ending circle.
I could now pay my last respect to my Father because I gave birth to my daughter then. As such I decided to pay him (my DAD) my last respect three years later. I met a community full of children who child not afford to be sent back to school by their families. So many enthusiastic children. Then on I had a meeting with my Mum and we decide to help some of these kids to go back to school and attain the basis of Primary education. There after they can learn a trad and help to fend for themselves and their immediate families.
This let me into an arrangement with the Catholic church in Mbengwi. The church accepted a partial payment for the tuition fee while Our Family pas the rest. Parent were committed to provide school uniforms and books. Through words we can pursue life-changing opportunities and stand up for the rights of others. Hence noticing how happy these children it more evident that the provision of better education likewise continuous to be a challenge especially in these hard to reach communities.
It was thus in the context above that the Cho Ngafor’s Vocational Foundation was conceived and registered in the North West in 2011
Our top priorities remain addressing and enhancing Educational and Health challenges, in the Communities in Cameroon thus supporting communities in Development.
We have just shaped the platform, but we welcome ideas, pieces of advice, constructive criticism, assistance and collaboration from everyone.