This centre is located two hours drive away from Yaoundé. In 2004, the SBA helped the Rosy centre which was looking after a dozen children at that time. Rosy, a retired nurse had created the centre in 2000 in order to help the children in need from her local village. In 2013, a new building was built close to the old one, allowing the centre to welcome 65 young adults between the ages of 13 and 20 as well as two teachers and one manager, Jean-Cyrille Monthe.
Organisation of the centre:
- The centre opens its doors: 3 times a week, on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday (holidays included)
- On-site activities: after-school tutoring, computer science, library access, health care, sport (rugby)