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Applying force for a long time. It is about sustainability and development cooperation.

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Project NRW Zusammen

Media competence, information exchange and transerNRW Zusammen
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Duisburg Refugee Guide for Africans

Komm-An project - Explaining the important steps of the asylum process in GermanyRefugee Guide
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Introducing kids to programming

We believe in using technology to solve current and future problemsMeet and Code
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Solar Water Pump for Ediki-Mbonge

The whole village of Ediki-Mbonge in Cameroon, off the Kumba Mamfe road get their drinking water from a small shallow spring. The African Impulse e.V visited the location and built a sustainable solar energy powered water source.

Clean Water for Ediki-Mbonge
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SDGs replace MDGs

As of 2015, the 17 Sustainability Development Goals have now replace the Millenium Development GoalsSustainability Development Goals
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YOUTH EMPOWERMENT FORUM

We are empowering the Youths in Kumba, Cameroon

Development cooperation with Cameroon
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African Impulse news

MEET & CODE IS BACK


images/news/meet-and-code-2023m.jpgWe are happy to inform the public that African Impulse e.V. shall again be organizing coding events within the context of Meet and Code during the EU Code Week which shall run this year from 01.09.2023 to 31.10.2023.

After missing last year, the African Impulse e.V. shall again join other initiatives and associations throughout Europe to engage young people digitally through this year's Meet and Code event.

With the high resonance we had from the past events, we are pleased to take up the challenge again. The African Impulse plans to host 3 events.

Check out our planned events through this link.


NFI Kumba launches Computer training in Colaboration with African Impulse


images/news/nficompute.jpgThe African Impulse e.V. will collaborate with the NFI in Kumba to support their Summer Holidays Computer training program

The goal is to provide training in the some key computer understanding areas to all interested in the town.Just like the Nkamanyi Football Initiative, we believe knowledge of computers and their workings can take our people out of poverty and provide them hope for the future.

The training is available to the general public and shall only be available during this holiday period. With a population of over 300.000 and predominantly youths, we see a great impact this can bring.

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Invitation to next General Assembly


images/news/inviteGA2022.jpgAfrican Impulse e.V. invites all members to the next session of the General Assembly.

Dear members With this note, we would like to invite you to the next session of the General Assembly meeting of the African Impulse e.V. Please, verify your emails to make sure you have received the invitation. Highlights of the next general assembly shall be elections.

African Impulse publishes first edition of the NRW Magazine


./images/nrwmagcopies.jpgThe African Impulse e.V. has just published the first of 6 editions of the NRW Magazine. The magazine is available in digital and print form.

The state of North Rhein Westphalia (Nordrhein Westfalen), with its over 17.9 million inhabitants, is the most populous state of Germany. It is very multicultural and has the largest number of Africans in Germany. These Africans are very dynamic and mostly operate within associations centred around their countries of origins.

Through the NRW Zusammen project we want to continue strengthening the social cohesion of Africans in the state during these COVID 19 and post COVID 19 times. An important component of the project is its conceptual reciprocity in which we want to promote mutual cross-generational learning between youths and adults. For example, parents can acquire more competence in electronic media through younger people, while young people learn societal values and life experience.

With six issues of the NRW Magazine planned, we hope to engage the African community in NRW and provide them with targeted information which will help improve their quality of life here.

Check out the digital version of the NRW Magazine

Do you have an interesting article for the magazine? Contact us at media(at)nrw-zusammen.de. Read more

African Impulse e.V. to host four Meet and Code events in 2021


images/news/meet-and-code-2021.jpgFor the 5th time in a row, since the inception of the Meet and Code in 2017, the African Impulse e.V. shall be participating this year again.

This year we shall host 4 evemts - "Basic Internet Security for young people", "Introduction to C#", "Introduction to web design" and "Recognizing Fake News".

The meet and code event is aimed at providing access to coding and digital skills to the next generation of young Europeans. Behind Meet and Code are the founding partners SAP, Haus des Stiftens gGmbH, TechSoup Europe with the respective country partners of the TechSoup Europe network. In 2020, the German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community (BMI) became part of the project as a partner in the framework of the German EU presidency and beyond, focusing on EU countries.

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African Impulse supports e.V. the Sallam Initiative in Cameroon


images/news/salaam-initiative.jpgThe African Impulse e.V. supported the Salaam Initiative project of its Cameroon partner Local Youth Corner Cameroon with the sum of 300.

With the donation from the African Impulse e.V. we are contributing to the "Back to School" action of LOYOCAM aimed at supporting vulnerable children in the far north region of Cameroon as they start the academic year 2021/2022.

The Salaam Initiative is a youth-led initiative that supports the protection, education, re-insertion, and wellbeing of children affected by violent conflicts in the Far North Region of Cameroon. Due to the Boko Haram insurgency, these kids have become the main victims of the conflict, with many out of school, forcefully displaced, and are suffering from trauma. Unfortunately, these children have been separated from their families, left homeless and orphans with many becoming more vulnerable to exploitation and abuse, as well as radicalization and recruitment into arm groups. Our support of this project also shows our commitment in forstering North-South cooperation and targeting the vulnerable..

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Komman-NRW - Welcome to Duisburg


images/news/welcome-duisburg-komman.jpgThe state of NRW and the town of Duisburg stands to support and welcome migrants

When you are new to a city, it is not easy to find your way around. Especially for Africans, they mostly turn to their friends and relatives for this information. While they may receive useful information regarding some practical aspects of their daily life, it may be difficult to obtain information that will help them find social bearings and get along in their new environment.

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Project NRW Zusammen starts Media competence training


images/mediatraining1.jpgOn Saturday, April 11, the African Impulse e.V.'s project "NRW Zusammen" shall begin with steps aimed at improving the media competence of Africans.

The first session shall start with training on photography and photography tips carried out by a seasoned professional, Billy Prod.

After building on the competence of handling the Camera and taking pictures and videos, the lessons shall be apolied through the production of short video films to bring awareness on societal issues.

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African Impulse e.V. to start project NRW-Zusammen


images/nrwzusposter.jpgWe are happy to have won sponsorship of our project "NRW-Zusammen", translated "NRW together" where NRW stands for the German state of North Rhine Westfalia.

This project, which is sponsored by the German Ministry of Children, Family, Refugees and Integration will start from February 2021 and end in December 2022.

The project which targets mostly Africans, aims to:

  • - Improve their media competence and skills.
  • - Strengthen their social cohesion during these CoViD-19 times and help them find ways of improving their health.
  • - Bring parents and young people together and enable mutual appreciation through a common exchange of knowledge and experience.

Find out more on the project's website


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