Cameroon Catalyst is an international development charity which brings together students, engineers and specialists who lend their expertise to help facilitate sustainable development in villages in Cameroon.
50% of people in rural Cameroon lack access to safe drinking water. Our work this year is therefore focused on providing access to improved water sources across the region through the installation of new wells and pumps.
Whether you wish to donate, volunteer or fundraise, there are a number of ways to be involved with our work. The charity is an entirely volunteer led charity, and therefore relies on people like you getting involved.
In 2015 Cameroon Catalyst embarked on a 5 year development programme to improve Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH) in East Cameroon. In partnership with Article25 and sponsored by WS, this video outlines our progress during year 1 of the programme.
You can also view our previous video here, which explains the work which we have completed in the village of Bambouti and our impact.
This week we’re taking a closer look at the Senior Committee and Trustees who lead the charity and help develop Cameroon Catalysts overarching strategy. They work closely with our fantastic …Read More »
To continue our celebration of Cameroon Catalyst’s tenth year, this week we’re going to highlight some of our fantastic Student Volunteers, who, together in Southampton and Birmingham drive the charity’s …Read More »
The start of the new academic year marks Cameroon Catalyst’s 10 year anniversary. On Friday 27th September we held an evening of celebration in London which saw our past and …Read More »
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Just £20 can help provide safe drinking water to a family in rural Cameroon.