Cameroon Empowerment Program

Cameroon Empowerment Program

Access to water and sustainable education.

Real estate, design & building | United States of America | Access to Clean Water and Sanitation |

 

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The Cameroon Empowerment Program is Integrative Solar Pump System strives to make a positive impact in Nkambe and the rest of Cameroon through access to resources and sustainable education. The team is made of undergraduate engineering students in the national organization Engineers for a Sustainable World, chapter at University of California, San Diego. The goal of the team is to design and implement an integrative solar pump and water filtration system that can be easily replicated in a cost-effective and sustainable manner. In addition to the tangible system, complementary educational workshops are crucial in the program's aim to empower the youth of the community in the field of sustainable technology. By empowering the community through short-term and long-term means, the ultimate goal of project replication and overall poverty alleviation can be achieved. The Cameroon Empowerment Program supports the mission and vision of the program's Cameroon community partner Farmer Tantoh. The broad goal of this project is poverty alleviation. Through providing more access to water and introducing ideas of sustainable design, the quality of the community can be improved.

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Engineers for a Sustainable World MC 0078
University of California, San Diego 9500 Gilman Dr
La Jolla, California 92093-0078
United States of America



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