COMAID was founded in January 2007 and registered on 3rd March 2007 by Cameroon Government with registration N0.010/E.29/1111/VOL.8/APPB.
COMAID was founded by a multidisciplinary team of very qualified and experienced development practitioners, who came together on the concept of “social exclusion” as the root cause for poverty. COMAID is committed to “making knowledge work” through inclusive development in rural and urban communities.
Vision: COMAID envisions a future of hard working and responsible community members enjoying self-sufficiency and sustainable livelihoods in a challenging environment.
Motor: “Making Knowledge Work”
Mission: COMAID exist to enable communities achieve sustainable development, through research, capacity building, partnership, lobbying, and field interventions in a participatory approach.
COMAID is a member of the International Land Coalition and has supported many communities in the Mbaw plain in the North West Region to protect their land rights. COMAID is working with many communities along the Bamenda Highlands to conserve the remaining patches of afromontane forest found in the area.
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