With 45 days to go before the start of the festival, preparations are gathering pace, particularly in the communications and logistics sectors.

On the communications front, after the press kit and marketing folder, which began to be distributed at the beginning of May, the radio and TV spots were unveiled this week. Broadcasting on a network of community, regional and national radio stations and several TV channels has begun. The visuals for the billboards were also unveiled.

Another part of the communication process is the distribution of letters and invitations to VIPs and potential partners. Teams from The Belinga Foundation are successfully distributing nearly 300 letters to VIPs throughout Cameroon.

The Health Zero Initiative continues to go from strength to strength, with 5 campaigns under its belt.

This time, it was the people of the Emanevam sector (including the villages of Emmanevam, Doungou, Etondo, Endam I, Endam II, Nkolebengue and Mvangue) who benefited from the care provided by the Health Zero Initiative teams.

A total of 91 patients were treated, 76 with modern medicine and 15 with traditional medicine. This brings the total number of patients treated since the initiative began to over 500. A far from negligible figure in these areas, where until now, people have tended to resort to self-medication. It’s clear that The Belinga Foundation has found the right formula to bring patients and caregivers closer together.

After Douala and Yaoundé in Cameroon, this Friday, May 5, 2023 The Belinga Foundation went to meet potential partners and donors in Fort-Smith in the state of Arkansas in the United States

It was during a fair called Business Expo and Career Fair 2023, organized by the Chamber of Commerce of the city of Fort Smith and which included a hundred exhibitors handpicked.

Perfect symbiosis between the foundation and the Ministry of Social Affairs, mainly the delegate of the district of Mengong, for a useful day of the African child.

On the occasion of the 32nd International Day of the African Child, the district delegate of social affairs, Ms. Sarah NKoum, organized a series of activities in collaboration with The Belinga Foundation.

On the program, an awareness campaign for high school and secondary schools students of the district on :

The Belinga Foundation’s teams are on the alert to provide Flavienne Eve’e Owono, aged 4, with adequate care as soon as possible. She has a tumor on her right buttock, the nature of which has yet to be determined.

This is currently one of the major projects of The Belinga Foundation in its social component. Flavienne Eve’e Owono, a 4 year old girl who has a tumor on her right buttock. According to her medical records and photos that were presented to the teams of The Belinga Foundation, she has been suffering from a tumor on her right buttock for over a year. Initial medical examinations refer to it as a “solid non-oozing mass” or “tumor mass” and emphasize the need for further medical examination.

A large crowd of people came to the Loum health center on Tuesday, April 25, where the Health Zero Initiative, now in its fourth day, made a stopover.

The Belinga Foundation’s low-cost health initiative is really becoming a major health event for the people of the Mengong district. From now on, wherever it goes, the populations flock massively.

This was the case this Monday, April 25 in the health sector of Loum where the populations, as traditionally, benefited from a whole day of care. We can see that as he had announced, Mr. Ngono Thierry, head of the health area of Loum has really played his part to mobilize the maximum of patients.

For its last outing of the 2022/2023 school year, the education promotion initiative of The belinga Foundation, which dressed for the occasion in its finest attire, made a stopover in Ke’eke this Thursday, April 27, 2023.

11 schools (9 primary, 2 nursery), about twenty activities on the program and as many awards, about fifty teachers and supervisors, more than 500 students present, more than a thousand spectators for not far from 7 hours of a show rich in color and sound. Despite the somewhat gloomy weather, the village of Ke’eke in particular and the Essessana-Nnemeyong I education sector celebrated with pomp and circumstance education and gave a space of expression for our most talented children.

With 93 days to go before the opening ceremony, the preparations have just been accelerated with the unveiling of the different communication supports , other gadgets and the setting up of the different events to be organized.

The communication team led by Mr. Dania Ebongue has unveiled will what polo shirts, caps, key chains, trophies, sashes of the Misses and many other gadgets for this second edition; look like. The organization team also had the opportunity to have a first glimpse of the advertising spot for urban radios.

A few months before the opening of the second edition of the Bia So Mengong festival, all the teams of The Belinga Foundation are hard at work to ensure that festival-goers have an unforgettable time.

Just like last year, the festival will be held from July 15 to 30, 2023 in the city of Mengong. The articulations will be almost the same with an exhibition fair, a soccer tournament, the mini-marathon, cultural games and other competitions. Nevertheless, for this year’s edition, many innovations are in sight, including the ascent of Mount Doume which is considered even if the final decision has not yet been taken; a conference debate led by Professor François Bingono Bingono. The theme of this conference will be: “IMPACT OF TRADITIONAL DANCES IN THE BULU CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS”.


Heading for Nyengue in the Loum health area of the fourth day of the reduced cost medical care initiative launched by The Belinga Foundation.


The decision will have been taken at the end of the technical meeting that traditionally marks the end of each day of campaigning.A decision that Mr Ella head of this health area will have greeted as a victory, promising to get to work now in order to make as many people as possible aware of this good news.

The populations of Mvi’i, Nguet, Nkan, three villages a little bit forgotten welcome with joy the arrival in their locality of the initiative of Health at reduced cost which came to light a glimmer of hope in a long night.

Lost in the middle of the equatorial forest somewhere on a bad road where the main means of locomotion is the motorcycle and served only by a nurse who resides in Ngoulessaman, the populations of the villages Mvi’i, Nguet and Nkan welcomed with relief the arrival of the caravan led by Joseph Mfou’ou Samba, head of the Health axis at The Belinga Foundation.

The Sikolo ane Mfi initiative is slowly and surely making its way, spreading the good gospel of the new approach to education that associates parents, teachers and administrators. But especially a new approach that wants to unearth talents and values from the lower cycles of education in order to ensure a better future for said talents,and so for the entire community, according to the multiplier effect philosophy.

This Wednesday, March 26, 2023, the low-cost health care campaign initiated by The Belinga Foundation will be on its third day.

Launched at the beginning of the year in the midst of doubts and hesitation, the Health Zero initiative continues to move forward and after the populations of Nnemeyong I and Nnemeyong III, it is now the turn of the populations of the village of Mvi’i and the surrounding villages to benefit from the reduced cost health care offer.






Admitted last Monday, March 6 at the Ebolowa reference hospital to undergo a reconstructive surgery funded by a donation campaign led by The Belinga Foundation, Junior Akoulou, 13 years old is doing like a charm.

It is a great relief for all the team of The Belinga Foundation, the operation of young Junior, paralyzed of the right arm after being burned went well.
The young boy, accompanied throughout the process by two members of the staff of the foundation, namely Mr. Joseph Mfou’ou Samba and Rostand Ntonga not to mention, returned to the family home the day after his operation.




Let’s finish our tour of the most valuable ladies the The Belinga Foundation’s universe with the one who, in more than one respect, is perhaps the most representative of the woman who has understood and identified all the stakes,

For the vice founder of The Belinga Foundation, addressing her sisters of Mengong in particular and of Africa in general, “the future of Africa lies in the hands of rural women”

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WOMEN’S DAY SPECIAL EDITION : Solange Abossolo washed under the harness of Health


If the  “Health Zero Initiative ” is today one of the flagship projects of The Belinga Foundation, it is also thanks to its unfailing partners, including Solange Abossolo, the owner of the Solobis clinic, an exceptional woman who deserves her place in our hitlist of the most valuable women of The Belinga Foundation.

Funded in March 2022 by The Belinga Foundation as part of its SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT grants, Kono Roselyne is undoubtedly an illustration of the multiplier effect vision carried by this organization.

For most young girls, the mere idea of farming as a profession is off-putting,

Let’s continue our presentation of these female faces without whom the implementation of The Belinga Foundation might not be as successful by talking about Loique Nka Ebale, one of the 5 women on the staff of The Belinga Foundation and manager of the art exhibition that took place on July 24 in Mengong.

Focus on the district delegate of social affairs of Mengong, a lady who has distinguished herself by her unwavering support to the schooling of orphans, children living with disabilities and children of people living with disabilities.

Quite unexpected to talk about a person…


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Sikolo Ane Mfi Initiative, joy and strong emotions in Ngoulessaman.

It was a second memorable day for the education promotion initiative launched by The Belinga Foundation, which for this occasion made a stopover in Ngoulessaman.



Health Zero Initiative, third round this March 29, 2023 in Mvi’i.

This Wednesday, March 29, 2023, the low-cost health care campaign initiated by The Belinga Foundation will be on its third day.


Total success for the surgery of young Junior Akoulou.

It is a great relief for all the team of The Belinga Foundation, the operation of young Junior, paralyzed of the right arm after being burned went well.