Association Nkom

Développement rural

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Projets Prioritaires (2010-2015)

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Le développement rural englobe l'agriculture, l'éducation, les infrastructures, la santé, et le renforcement des capacités. Le développement rural vise à améliorer les moyens de subsistance des populations rurales de manière équitable et durable sur les plans social, économique, culturel, politique, et environnemental, à travers un meilleur accès à des actifs (naturel, physique, humain, capital technologique et social), et des services, et le contrôle sur le capital productif (dans ses formes financières ou économiques et politiques), qui leur permettent d'améliorer leurs moyens de subsistance sur une base durable et équitable.

Nos besoins immédiats (2010-2015) peuvent se regrouper en six domaines prioritaires d’intervention avec des projets qui sont :
•La route (D52, Song Mbenge – Nyaho’o) : Projet D52
•L’éducation : Projets SoLab (Laboratoire informatique pour le lycée et école primaire) et BiCoN (Bibliothèque scolaire de Nkom)
•L’électricité : Projet SolVi (Eclairage public à base de l’énergie solaire)
•L’eau potable : Projet FoN (Forages d’eau dans le village
•La santé : Projet DiN (Dispensaire de Nkom)
•L’église protestante de Nkom : Projet EPC.

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Initial Core Programmes (2010-2015)
Association Nkom focuses on six initial core programmes. The Rural Development Model summarizes (RDM) these core programmes. The RDM model draws upon the Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Framework (ISRDF) initiated and implemented in many developing countries. The vision of the ISRDF is to acerttain socially cohesive and stable communities with viable institutions, sustainable economies and universal access to social amenities, able to attract skilled and knowledgeable people, equipped to contribute to their own and the national growth and development. Association Nkom will take on scaling work in Nkom as a model for other rural communities in Cameroon.

•Food Security and livelihoods: To enhance food security through a contingent of measures aimed at ensuring food self-sufficiency and self-reliance and hence nutritional status at both household and community levels.
•Water and Environmental Sanitation: To enhance community access to potable water systems/points and promote hygiene and environmental sanitation practices.
•Education: To use information and communication technologies in the education sector in rural areas with the deployment of solar ICT labs (SoLabs) and public access points (PAPs) to support primary, secondary, and adult education.
•Health (Integrated Health Center): The Center will offer both conventional and integrative medical services (including telemedicine), providing patients with a broad range of health care options to meet your individual needs. Home to the practices of primary care physicians, medical specialists and complementary therapists.
•Road (D52): To create awareness and seek the support of all stakeholders (under the approval of the Cameroonian Government) to improve the quality of the D52 road. The enclaved nature of our rural areas hinders any development, the supply of food to urban areas and subsequent export. An American President once said "where a road passes, development follows." This statement, beyond all reasonable doubts, sounds valid.
•Protestant/Catholic Churches: To help people and strengthen rural communities in Cameroon by nurturing children, promoting health, educating minds and enriching spirits. Over the years, the church has played a pivotal role in rural communities. The Church has deep roots in Cameroon's rural areas, as a center of weekly worship, baptisms, weddings, funerals and community events. The idea is also to build an effective leadership by transforming and strengthening rural churches by building the leadership of clergy and laity, creating incentives for clergy retention and helping churches engage in their communities.

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