ACCOUNTABILITY
ACCOUNTABILITY

We must all own responsibility for our actions and the success or failure of projects.

COMMITMENT
COMMITMENT

Only through dedication to our cause can success be attained.

COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION

Collaborative efforts fail when communication breaks down, but good communication can lead a group of motivated individuals to accomplish more together than they ever could have alone.

CONTRIBUTION
CONTRIBUTION

A willingness to give is a vital part of assisting developing communities. Not all contributions are financial. We must also give of our time and our hearts.

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

To better the communities we seek to assist, we also must constantly seek to better ourselves.

EQUITABLE
EQUITABLE

We must be fair and impartial.

INTEGRITY
INTEGRITY

We must uphold our principles at all times and in all our dealings, even when others do not hold to the same moral guidelines.

LEARNING
LEARNING

Education is the key to making a better future for developing communities.

SERVICE
SERVICE

We must take pride in our work and believe that we can make the world a better place through effort.

SUSTAINABILITY
SUSTAINABILITY

To make the world a better place for tomorrow, we must help communities become self-sustaining and protect the environment for future generations.

MISSION

VISION

ABOUT US +

WIMBUM COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

OUR MISSION

In 2008, members of the Cameroonian Diaspore living in the US founded the Wimbum Community Foundation (WCF) with the idea that social, economic, environmental, and cultural transformations for the communities in Cameroon and sub-Saharan Africa are within reach.

 

Today’s world of pluralism is scourged by social, economic, and environmental inconsistencies and problems. We must work together if a community is to develop strategically.

 

Governments face various challenges and constraints while trying to meet the needs of communities on their own. Therefore, WCF views its mission as imperative—to render assistance in accelerating growth in developing communities including those in Cameroon and beyond.

 

It is our fervent belief that the collaborative efforts of many can put diverse resources to the best possible use, thereby leading to the successful community development that is so desperately needed in many areas.

OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES

WCF staff and members hold to the following guiding principles. These principles guide every aspect of our dealings with communities, donors, partners, and other collaborators:

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS

Wimbum Community Foundation (WCF) was founded in 2008 when concerned social change agents of the Mbumland came together to find the possibility of advancing the socioeconomic and cultural changes of the Mbum community at home and in the Diaspora.

Dr. Koyoh J. Ngala
Dr. Koyoh J. Ngala

President

Mr. Eugine Bongfen
Mr. Eugine Bongfen

Secretary

Mr. Oswald Ngwang
Mr. Oswald Ngwang

Financial Secretary

Mr. Eugene Tamfu
Mr. Eugene Tamfu

Publicity Secretary

Mrs. Mercy Nkerbu
Mrs. Mercy Nkerbu

Treasurer

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Wimbum Community Foundation (WCF) was founded in 2008 when concerned social change agents of the Mbumland came together to find the possibility of advancing the socioeconomic and cultural changes of the Mbum community at home and in the Diaspora.

Dr. Koyoh J. Ngala
Dr. Koyoh J. Ngala

President - Board Member

Mr. Emmanuel Nfor
Mr. Emmanuel Nfor

Board Member

Mrs. Jeris Tayler
Mrs. Jeris Tayler

Chair of the Board

Mr. Simon Tamfu
Mr. Simon Tamfu

Board Member

Ta Nformi Manjong
Ta Nformi Manjong

Board Member

Mr. Eugine Bonfen
Mr. Eugine Bonfen

Secretary - Board Member

Mrs. Helen Manjong
Mrs. Helen Manjong

Board Member

Mr. Elias Nkerbu
Mr. Elias Nkerbu

Board Member

Mr. George Tamfu
Mr. George Tamfu

Board Member

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