EDGF is a Charitable Community Based Development Organization, based in Bamenda, North West Region of Cameroon. Made up of diverse indigenous professionals in rural development, we provide specialized short and long term technical development assistance, in ways that facilitate our client communities, to animate, initiate and manage their developmental affairs effectively. We offer a variety of multi-disciplinary professional services, in collaboration with client communities through participatory approaches by empowering project based leadership for tasks execution.
Our services include: Capacity building on: human and people’s rights, advocacy, entrepreneurial and vocational skills, literacy as key tool to peoples empowerment, emerging climatic change awareness and environmental education, Water Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) education as well as facilitating community development projects for our client groups and communities. Together with the groups and communities, we design, implement, and evaluate projects on governance, organizational capacity building, and natural resource management for community groups, associations, Community Based Organisations, Civil Society Organisations, and private enterprises. We aspire to create extraordinary high impact outcomes for our communities, groups, and clients. We work independently, but collaborate with Community Based Organisations and Civil Society Organisations who have similar aims to ours so as to avoid duplication, of added value services and for better use of scarce resources.
Above all, EDGF aims to provide distinctive services: to be professional, friendly and imaginative in her dealings with her programme beneficiaries, client communities and groups.
Finally, we share ideas on community development work, governance, equality for all peoples irrespective of age, sex, race and conditions, through our periodic published papers (features) on the features link.
Enterprise Development & Governance Facility
"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"