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Where We Work

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Where We Work

We work with NGOs that are dedicated to the empowerment of the oppressed and vulnerable. We are extremely proud of those individuals who are on the ground and facing multiple challenges, yet continue to improve life for the populations we serve.


HOVO - Hope for Vulnerables & Orphans

Ms. Parchibell Feka is the founder of HOVO- Hope for Vulnerables & Orphans that is located in Tiko, SW region of Cameroon. She is an educator, former TEA (Teaching Excellence and Achievement) Fellow and an advocate for gender empowerment. For 2 1/2 years, she has been working with Rose Academies and has been instrumental in our organization's development. She is responsible for organizing trainings of our MHM program, pad production classes, gender club development, and women's economic empowerment. To date, over 2,000 women and youth have participated in these workshops that create self-sufficiency and sustainability.

CERSOM - Centre dĀ“Education et de Rehabilitation des Sourds et Malentendants (Center for the Rehabilitation of the Deaf & Hard of Hearing)

Innocent Djonthe founded CERSOM in 1987 in the village of Bafoussam in Cameroon. Today, over 100 Deaf children attend CERSOM where they learn French sign language and academics. Rose Academies has been working with CERSOM for 2 years in supporting some students with tuition expenses. Recently, we supplied new sewing machines and soon will be delivering laptops for a vocational center. It is a true pleasure to work with such an educator as Innocent who continues to serve the disabled community so they might have a better future.





Democratic Republic of Congo

COFAPRI - Congolese Females Action for Promoting Rights and Development

Mugisho Ndabuli founded COFAPRI in 2009 and has continuously worked with survivors of rape and abuse to improve their lives. COFAPRI teaches women reading and writing, economic empowerment, agriculture and animal husbandry. We are delighted to have Mugisho join us in our efforts to educate and empower oppressed women and youth.




Good Shepherd Primary School/Katwadde Vocational Centre

John Ssentamu is the Education Coordinator of Good Shepherd Primary School and Katwadde Vocational Centre in Katwadde, Uganda. John was instrumental in the development of the primary school and strongly believes in the education of all children. Dedicated to serving the impoverished, John is an exemplary leader in the field of education.