Thanks to CameroonFDP Super Cup in Bamenda, youths and leaders from a small village called Ndom in the Tombel sub division of the South West Region of Cameroon had the opportunity to travel and meet other youths for a competitive football engagement for the first time under CameroonFDP, to be empowered with leadership skills, networking kills as they meet new friends exchange ideas, play soccer and catch fun.
Following their participation at the Bamenda Super Cup the youths have demonstrated great leadership skills via community projects, their first project was filling stones along their very bumpy, muddy and practically impassable farm to market roads during the rainy season. That project gave the youths fame and motivation to do more. The youths together with their peers have embarked on the second community project which was cleaning of the ceremonial grand stand. The chiefs and elites in this locality are very happy with CameroonFDP for empowering the youths with a sense of responsibility towards community development contributing their own quarter for progress in a village where juvenile delinquency is very high. The youths who were present in Bamenda are now seen as role models in the community and all their peers rely on them in setting goals and achieving them especially short term goals evident by the community service projects implemented since coming from Bamenda.
Ndom Community Embarked On Their Second Community Project After The Super Cup In Bamenda