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Latest Programs

Beyond Classroom Project

UAC Cameroon is establishing small catering units, poultry/piggery and organic gardens in schools. to enable pupils put the theory into practice and give them valuable skills to take within them when they leave school

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Jamandianle Young Chefs Program

United Action for Children Beyond Classroom project

Products made by Jamandianle Children

UAC Helping Youths With Startup Capital

Installations Of Hand Wash Points And Donation Of Free Face Mask at Molyko New Layout

Children harvesting vegetables from one of the Green Spaces in Jamadianle Primary school.

UAC School on Wheels Project: inculcating reading habits by donating quality reading materials to Children living in remote communities

UAC Beyond Classroom Project: Preparing the Next Generation of Farmers by Teaching Children practical organic vegetable farming and marketing the produce.

UAC distributing face mask for the prevention of COVID 19

UAC COVID 19 Respond Project (Distribution Of Mask And Installing Hand Wash Point at Jamadiale Nursery And Primary School)

Who We Are

United Action for Children(UAC) was founded in 1996 and registered in 1998 under the Cameroon’s 1990 law on Associations (registration No. 557/G37/014/1/VO4/T/T/OAPP of 3rd August 1998) as a non-profit community based organisation. Its engaged in Building Little Minds for a Big Future. Our activities are organised under the following main programme areas namely: Elementary education, Vocational training, Sports, Poverty alleviation; Food Security and Nutritional practices; Capacity Building and Training, Environmental sustainability.

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UAC COVID-19 RESPONSE INITIATIVE

Cameroon is under a partial lock down since March 17, 2020 due COVID 19 and the government has  instituted 13 measures including closure of international borders, restriction of public gatherings of not more than 50 persons, wearing of face masks, hand washing, social distance, over loading of vehicles among others as a way of reducing the spread of COVID 19. United Action for Children activities are predominantly in under resourced communities already suffering from the effects of the ongoing Anglophone conflict in Cameroon since 2016.

  1. – Most homes do not have running water. In rural settings, children, youth, and women walk to distant sources of water two to four times a day.. Read More