Eco-Lodge is an ecological demonstration building showing local craftsmanship and local materials. The design for the buildings of the Learning Center is based on Permaculture. The site planning incorporates climate, local ecology, the protection of species, promotion of medicinal plants, and securing a natural spring for quality drinking water supply.
The Ecovillage Design Education (EDE) programs are meant for those wishing to learn about sustainability principles, and especially for those who might like to plan a an ecovillage in their local community.
The International Summer Camp African Way is a co-creation of the Better Word Cameroon International Summer Camp, which aims to bring together young people from different parts of the world to promote solidarity and foster cultural exchange.
The Eco Camp African Way is open to anyone who wants to improve their communities and themselves through hands-on regenerative education, focused on the principles of Permaculture, reflections on transforming youth exchange, appropriate technology in landscape regeneration and community love.
We believe that women can take charge of changing their kitchens by learning to build their own “rocket stoves.” An adapted design, using simple materials and a quick, hands-on course can allow a group of women to build stoves together.
The main objective of this program is to train volunteers and local practitioners who are willing to work together with AFRICAN WAY to build a team which looks to interconnect rural and urban agriculture and consumption needs, in order to face the challenges and opportunities for macro-economic development.
African Way have been discussing and designing, together with our stakeholders, strategies to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, which voices the change we want to collectively bring into the world, and showcases the ancestral knowledge and sustainable alternatives it carries.