Question and Answers With Energime University Ambassador from Cameroon Patu Ndango Fen

Energime University- Patu tell us a bit about yourself. How did you decide to become an advocate for the environment and women specifically? I believe in the ability of youths to create opportunities for themselves and for others as a means of fighting unemployment. This pushed me to create my own social enterprise known as Closed-Loop… Continue reading Question and Answers With Energime University Ambassador from Cameroon Patu Ndango Fen

Living the Dream: Suicide and My Part in Its Downfall

It has been a long while since I posted my last Ambassador’s blog on the Energime University website. This is because the University Director sprang a surprise on me by suggesting I should compile a formal course in my Ambassador’s specialty to teach students and indeed staff of the University and its Affiliates who might… Continue reading Living the Dream: Suicide and My Part in Its Downfall

CANADA’S CAMPFIRE IN THE GLOBAL VILLAGE: A GATHERING OF SONGS OF SUSTAINABILITY.

Canadian Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980), the renowned  public intellectual from the department of culture and technology at the University of Toronto. Known for coining the expressions “the medium is the message” and the global village, and for predicting the World Wide Web almost thirty years before it was invented. He was the first major communications theorist of how… Continue reading CANADA’S CAMPFIRE IN THE GLOBAL VILLAGE: A GATHERING OF SONGS OF SUSTAINABILITY.

THE FARMER TANTOH STORY – FROM WATER FOR 15 THOUSAND TO WATER FOR 10 MILLION

By Adam Greenwell Sicia Clean Water Project Cameroon – Supported by The White Feather Foundation https://whitefeatherfoundation.com/projects/sicia-clean-water-project-ca… “It was amazing to see the community come together to dig the pipeline. We all participated in the digging and laying of the pipes in the trench. It took us two weeks to complete this job.”– Farmer Tantoh, Project Manager,… Continue reading THE FARMER TANTOH STORY – FROM WATER FOR 15 THOUSAND TO WATER FOR 10 MILLION

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Goal #5 for Transforming our World 2015-2030 Gender Equality

The only gender inequality that ever impacted on me and left a lasting impression was the fact that, as I wasn’t a woman, I couldn’t make babies, and that caused me to feel deprived.   Being born a male had deprived me of the capacity of creating human life. I resented being deprived of this… Continue reading Goal #5 for Transforming our World 2015-2030 Gender Equality

Goal #4 for Transforming our World 2015-2030: Quality Education

Despite being as poor as church mice and suffering occasional hunger due to the war and our low income, the one thing I wasn’t deprived of was a quality education. How I got it was very elaborate and that is a story in itself, and it earned me the highest professional qualification attainable in my country,… Continue reading Goal #4 for Transforming our World 2015-2030: Quality Education

Goal #3 for Transforming our World 2015-2030: Good Health and Well Being

Despite having numerous physical, psychological and moral ailments, throughout my life on earth, I don’t recall feeling anything other than good health and well being. Maybe it is because I am an eternal optimist. Or maybe I am an eternal optimist because I have never felt anything other than health and well-being.   When you have chronic disabilities,… Continue reading Goal #3 for Transforming our World 2015-2030: Good Health and Well Being

Goal #2 for Transforming our World 2015-2030: Zero Hunger

My earliest memory of being hungry was as a 4-5 year old child, when my mum and dad had gone somewhere while I was out playing and I missed my lunch, so I climbed in the back kitchen window of the bungalow where we lived and stole a big, round, cake covered in coconut, topped… Continue reading Goal #2 for Transforming our World 2015-2030: Zero Hunger

Universe to the Rescue

Sometimes, I wonder if anyone else ponders as much about life as I do. I don’t think I used to, but even during my earlier years, I always wondered if there was more. More than getting up, eating, going to work, being social (or not), eating again, and going to sleep. Why are we on… Continue reading Universe to the Rescue