Central Africa

Our Central Africa group covers the following countries:  Cameroon,  Central African Republic,  Chad,  Democratic Republic of the Congo,  Equatorial Guinea,  Gabon,  Republic of the Congo,  and São Tomé and Príncipe.

We’d like to invite you to meet some of the individuals who are working hard to promote post-secondary education in this region through an innovative interest free micro-loan and scholarship program that connects students with micro-donors and community service organizations.

Let’s start with the person responsible for setting up a very dynamic team of interns working in the region.

Emmanuel Tanifum, Central Africa Coordinator

Central Africa

Emmanuel Tanifum, Central Africa Coordinator



Emmanuel is responsible for the following teams:

Cameroon Team

Central African Republic Team

Chad Team

Democratic Republic of the Congo Team

Equatorial Guinea Team

Gabon Team

Republic of the Congo Team

São Tomé and Príncipe Team


Message from our team in Central Africa: Help us protect and revitalize higher education in Africa by signing this online petition – Tell African leaders: stay the course of ensuring MDG 2 without de-funding higher education.

Make sure to post a link on your social media sites by clicking on the Facebook and Twitter buttons below. Click on “+ Share” to get to the Email button and then send this page to your friends, family members, and colleagues.

Thank you for your support!



One Response to “Central Africa”


  1. Iduka Africa Pilot Project (IAPP) « Iduka's Blog - November 7, 2010

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