Our team is made up of a diverse group of young vibrant Cameroonians from different higher institutions in the country ranging from state to private-owned institutions, youths who understand the challenges our community is facing and are creative in devising solutions to the challenges through collaborative work and networking with good project execution know how. Our team has a blend of individuals having the potentials to drive the SDGs to every university and community and are promoting youth leadership.

The team functions by adhering on the associations core values to meet the organizations objectives, the team’s model is impacting knowledge and creating more awareness of the SDGs and AU Agenda 2063, through mass sensitizations, talks, conferences, debates events.

  • Identify problems in the community,
  • Drive- by carrying out activities that bring sustainable development in and out of the university milieu.
  • network; keep close collaboration to monitor the effectiveness of activities carried out and to avoid duplication.

Our core values like that of the general organization as a whole are trust, conflict management, commitment, accountability and focusing on results.

  • Transparency- Committed in improving standards in our areas on intervention
  • Accountability: we are accountable to our collaborators, partners, our communities and ourselves
  • Sustainability: What we do is meant to last and the people we reach out to are meant to spread the knowledge

The team is committed in pushing forward the goals of the Agenda 2063 and the UCP SARnet Africa objectives as a whole.

Cameroon has a pool of committed youth organizations working towards archiving the SDGs and the Agenda 2063 they do this through community mobilization and sensitization, projects promoting youth health and rights, advocacy etc…. though these goals are interlinked or almost similar, the awareness creation on the general population is on the SDGs while little is known about the Agenda 2063.

As a result of these goals, more youths are involved and are active in promoting these goals especially in conflict areas, it has created income and empowering generating activities for these youths and it has been a path way to more opportunities. Youths now have a voice in their communities and can lead actions of change.

However, youth organizations face enormous challenges like limited funding- Funding bodies turn to fund more established organizations this has led these youths to compete for funding from limited donors as a result, this leads to limited collaboration amongst them. For those who manage to get these funding, activities are small scale, this plays a huge deal on sustainability of these actions.

Most of these organizations turn to have weak management system as its highly personalized, lack of a well-structured director’s system this further led to limited transparency and accountability, which these groups need capacity building to reinforce themselves in the push of these goals.



Nkweleko Fankam Falone is a young Cameroonian from the university of Buea with an MSc in Epidemiology and control of infectious diseases, passionate in coordinating diverse efforts to archive greater results. She has over 5 years’ experience working in the development sector through different interventions all geared towards joining efforts in attaining the SDGs and Agenda 2063 goals. She believes young people have the right to information and skills to make themselves and the society a better place for all. She is the Country coordinator of UCP-SARnet Cameroon- amplifying efforts to reach out to the youthful population with knowledge on the Agenda 2063 and the SDGs.


Whose duties are to assist in promoting, motivating, and leading the UCP-SARnet executive committee. He is passionate about promoting the SDGs and Agenda 2063. Experienced Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the marketing research industry. He holds a Master's degree focused in Marketing and Communication and experienced in organizing and co-facilitating in career development and youth empowerment seminars. Dedicated and enthusiastic professional with over four years’ experience in teaching different courses ranging from Biology to Leadership.


Noumbissi is the secretary-general of UCP SARnet Cameroon. She is a holder of a BSc in nursing from Institute Universitaire de l’estuaire (IUEs/INSAM). She worked for a period of 3years at St. Augustine’s clinic after obtaining a diploma in nursing and therefore has experience in the care and management of patients. She offers her services in her alma matter carrying out campaigns and educative talks. She is particularly focused in the SDG 3. She is extremely calm, organized, and patient professional with health care skills and a passion for providing quality care to patients. She is equally a dedicated, ambitious, and reliable person who has the ability to work without supervision.


Sononta is a very passionate Cameroonian with a background in administration and volunteering her services as an instructor of Sports and Physical Education at the University of Buea. She is the Treasurer of UCP SARnet Cameroon.


Tchounkeu Husuell-kelly is an aspiring human resource generalist and an aspiring human resource generalist. She has successfully managed projects for non-profit organizations like vision in Action Cameroon and Activspaces Cameroon. An active member of Yalda Cameroon with an award of most proactive member 2016-2017 Holds a master in Strategic human resource management, Bsc in Psychology, a mother and wife


Kwam Wahshie Annita is the program officer of UCP SARnet Cameroon. She is a holder of an M.Sc in Regional Planning and Project Management from the Pan African Institute for Development West- Africa. She is passionate about development work as she loves what she does. She has a steady source of motivation (Humanitarian work) that drives her to do her best. She is hardworking, has Good communication skills, Reliable, Honest and easily cope with others. Meeting people who support all her efforts to grow and develop her skills gives her a lot of energy. The goal she is currently striving on is to make this world a better place to live in by starting the changes with herself, her peers and extends it to her community through outreach programs.


He is a passionate young man in his first-year university of Buea studying conflict resolutions. He encourages his class mates in promoting SDGs in Campus, by effectively engaging in UCP Sarnet awareness talks and campaigns on campus.