If we are blessed in order to serve the most needy and unfortunate, do it with pure heart and expect no returns
Lelewal is an indigenous peoples non-governmental organization founded by a group of indigenous youths in 2003 and legalized in 2006 under the Cameroonian law on freedom of associations and political parties. The organization was born out of the dire need for advocacy to ensure the respect of the rights of indigenous peoples and other marginalized groups in the Republic of Cameroon especially as stipulated or enshrined in the UN declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples and other related human rights instruments and standards.
Indigenous People Sustainable Self Determined Development is one of the foremost training programs designed by Tebtebba Foundation in collaboration [...]Read More
Through the community base monitoring and information systems (CBMIS), Lelewal has carried seminars, workshops, field survey and communities mapping [...]Read More
Indigenous People Sustainable Self Determined Development Indigenous People Sustainable Self Determined Development is one of the foremost training programs designed [...]Read More
Lelewal also carry out awareness programs on education particularly adult literacy for indigenous leaders who can read nor write. [...]Read More