This centre is located two hours away from Yaoundé. In 2004, the SBA helped the Rosy center that took care of a dozen children at the time. Rosy, a retired nurse created the centre in 2000 in order to help the children most in need in her local village. In 2013, the building was replaced by a larger one allowing the center to welcome 65 young adults between 13 and 20 years old as well as two teachers and one principal; Jean-Cyrille Monthe.

Organization of the center:

  • Center opens its doors: 3 times a week, on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays (holidays included)
  • On site activities: school tutoring, computer science, library access, health center, physical activities (rugby)