I’m pleased to rise to speak on behalf of kids of the L’Eau Claire centre.

The participation of administrative and educational authorities is such a great proof of consideration towards L’eau Claire young kids. In that regard, let me take this opportunity to extend our deepest sympathies to the staff and to the organising committee of the Serge Betsen Academy.

Indeed, it has been eight years now that L’eau Claire centre ensures to welcome many kids with health and education purposes.

This prestigious centre represents an intellectual sanctuary for everyone. We’re very pleased because it opens up our village to the world and on a pedological level, you provided qualified teachers as well as a huge library full of documents. You also provided a computer room where we can have access to several laptops and printers. We also have an infirmary where we can get free consultations every Mondays and Thursdays. In addition, you dispatched many school supplies and there is no doubt that we are the most ‘educated’ students of the academy. We thank all the SBA’s staff, for their medical and health assistances.

 

A wisdom from Bamiléké people says: ‘ Each child is everyone’s child’.  A word to remember the SBA that we are children of the academy as well as children of the world.

The slogan of our centre « a hand stretched out towards children » demonstrated this idea and we will always be grateful.

  • LONG LIFE  TO THE COUNTRY of NDE!
  • LONG LIFE TO SERGE BETSEN ACADEMY!
  • LONG LIVE CAMEROON!

Thanks for your attention and support.

Uriel, 18,  representative and excellent speaker during the inauguration of L’eau Claire centre.