Nkembeteck Henry, an impact-driven and result oriented servant leader talented in persuasive writing, highly skilled in strategic engagement and civic leadership. He is dedicated to build prosperous, sustainable, and resilient communities where everybody thrives and contributes positively for it shared prosperity. He has over two years experience in the nonprofit sector and NGO management.He holds an Msc in Environmental Science from École Nationale Supérieure Polytechnique de Maroua and a diploma in Civic Leadership from Arizona State University (USA), College of Public Service and Community Solutions. Some of his recognitions for accomplishments include: 2016 Alumni of ex-president Barack Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative programme, as a recognition of his leadership in the sustainable development of rural areas in Cameroon, Recognized and Featured in UN Environment Programme 2015 end of year report for promoting Nature Based Solutions or innovative Ecosystem-based Approaches in Disaster Risk Reduction and Adaption to devastating changing climate, Recognized as a “Green Champion” by the YALINETWORK, Recognized as a peace Rebel+ by World Peace Initiative Foundation.
Xavier Amber Mpo has over one year experience in water sanitation and hygiene management, primarily focusing in vulnerable communities. Currently, Xavier is water sanitation and hygiene assistant at Meg Wah (My Earth), where he focuses on sensitizing communities on good hygiene practices, assist in organizing and conducting trainings to community mobilizers, develop information and educational materials relevant to water, hygiene and sanitation. Xavier holds a Bachelor’s degree in Educational Psychology and a diploma in Sociology and Anthropology from the University of Buea where he focused on behavioral management and thought processes in individuals within the educational milieu and functions of human beings in the society. Xavier is committed to seeing a society where water and sanitation services are at the disposal of less privileged persons in the society, empowering them to build a better future for their generations to come.
Esumuh Vera Oseng is currently in her second year at the University of Buea, Cameroon studying a bachelor degree in Sociology and Anthropology. She is enthusiastic about event planning, management dedicated to ensure a well decorated event venue that impresses the participant. She also enjoys working on educational and extracurricular activities that involves kids. With Vera, all Meg Wah’s workshops, Eco-Camp events and meetings are well planned and executed.
TIKU CLAUDE NGASU from Besongabang village, Mamfe Central Sub Division, Manyu Division, South West Region of Cameroon is a graduate from National Centre for Animal Husbandry, Veterinary and Halieutic Training (CNFZVH) Jakiri, with a professional diploma as a Senior Livestock Technician. He is a writer of a handbook title” Animal Farming” which comprises of Mushroom farming, Snail farming, Pig farming and poultry production which is now used by farmers and students. He had professional skills as a vet in area of animal treatment such as drug administration, castration and as a livestock technician in project writing, farm management, animal producer and establishment of animal farms to farmers, also an expert in plantain suckers propagator, integrated farming with a working experience of 4 years. Currently, he is the Head of Department (HOD) in Agriculture in a prestigious organization Meg Wah (My Earth) where he puts his expertise in areas of Organic Agriculture, Livelihood as a tool to reduce deforestation, Preservation and multiplication of indigenous seed not living out the protection and conservation of endangered species in other to maintained a healthy ecosystems which ensures a healthy biosphere.