Cameroon sits along the Gulf of Guinea in Central Africa and slightly smaller than the U.S. state of California.
Through our programs, we have served approximately 5.3% of the 2,642 Catholic Sisters in Cameroon.
Recent News & Reflections
- The positive impact of school boycotts for the youth of Cameroon
- Using SLDI skills to improve my ministry and mentor others
- The true mark of great leadership is what happens after the leader leaves the scene
ASEC works with 172 congregations registered with the Conference of Religious in the Ecclesiastical Province of Bamenda-Cameroon (CREPC).
SLDI has been working in Cameroon since 2012.
SLDI has served 137 unique participants in the program.
SLDI Evaluation Reports
- Phase I (2007-2009) (PDF)
- Phase II (2010-2013) (PDF)
- Phase III (2013-2015) (PDF)
- Phase IV (2016-2017) (PDF)
HESA has been working in Cameroon since 2015 (August).
HESA is supporting 15 sisters to study for degrees and diplomas.
HESA Evaluation Reports
Catholic University of Cameroon (CATUC) Bamenda
Sisters studying through the HESA Onsite Model enroll at CATUC.
Conference of English-Speaking Religious (CESR)
Pan-African Institute for Development-West Africa (PAID-WA)
PAID-WA seeks to build the management, leadership and research skills, and capacity of those they serve. PAID-WA facilitates SLDI workshop sessions and contributes to the development of the workshop curricula.
Catholic University College of Ghana (CUG)
Partnered with Chestnut Hill College to deliver the HESA program for sisters in Cameroon, Ghana, and Nigeria. Sisters can select from various bachelor's degree programs relevant to their ministries, specifically education and business administration/economics.