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Kama with CAC in Buea

Over the course of 3 weeks in June, CFDP and Coaches Across Continents came together both as participants and partners for 3 trainings that were held in the Southwest region of Cameroon. Three sites were chosen in the Southwest by CAC to take part in… Read more »

Our Community: Bringing an end to Polio in Kumba.

Since it’s inception in 2010 the Cameroon Football Development Program, CFDP, has always placed service to humanity and health concerns as its primary concern. The CFDP management team in Kumba has always offered its voluntary services to the Kumba district health service. Here recently this… Read more »

A New Perspective: Men as Partners

As CFDP works together to put together and host the first ever all female football league and tournament in Kumba to begin later in 2014 we can see that change is soon to come to Kumba, and ideally Cameroon as a whole.  As CFDP is run as… Read more »

CFDP PEER EDUCATOR: AFERE BIDIAS FON

Afere Bidias Fon began training with one of the C.F.D.P Community Clubs two years ago , making his way from a youth participant to a selected peer educator from Arsenal Football Club,of Kumba. In 2013, when he was assigned as the captain of the club, he was… Read more »

Summer Expansion Itinerary and Budget

Please check out our itinerary for Justin’s upcoming trip to Cameroon. We know that you believe in our mission to leverage the beautiful game as a sustainable platform for community development. If you are inspired and able to give, please don’t hesitate. The time is… Read more »

Coaches Across Continents in Kumba- Day Three

According to our contacts in Kumba day three was very special!! The coaches were very punctual and the discussion of the day was centered around the protection of children’s rights (physical emotional and sexually) in sports. This topic was based on three dimensions, 1) what… Read more »

Coaches Across Continents in Kumba- Day Two

Day two of CFDP’s collaboration with Coaches Across Continents saw an increase in participants as 8 to 10 women and 37 to 40 men were present to be instructed! After observing this population growth, our contact in Kumba declared “what a wonderful program CFDP has introduced in… Read more »