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    About us

    • The 'Naigahelp - Organisation für Afrikahilfe' (pronounced: 'nai-ja-help') is an organisation of German (medical) students, who want to improve the medical standard within the poorer countries on our earth, exspecially in West Africa. Our aims are to build up a network of social care, which should provide medical drugs, operation material and equipment such as echograph machines for health centres in Africa. We are collecting donations in Germany and use them to finance our aid projects. Our main field mission areas are Nigeria and Cameroon.
    • Within our field work we got to know many other social projects in the area of Buea, Cameroon, like the Wildlife Protection Centre of Limbe, organisations for elderly people and several orphanages. We are stongly interested in providing help for those too, and therefore we offer 'volunteer jobs' for young people, who like to improve the situation in Cameroon themselves. If you like to do something real special, to get a great adventure in the jungle of Central Africa ... and on top of that, to help making the world a bit more equal: Then you are right with working in one of our many projects in English-speaking Cameroon. Since we organize everthing based on personal contacts, you will save a lot of money and get really good asistance while working with us. The duration of your stay could be just a few weeks up to one whole year.

    How to get involved

    • If you are living in our oparational areas in Cameroon or Nigeria, and you are the leader of a hospital or a social aid organisation, we are also interested to get in contact with you. If you know an institution in West African countries like Cameroon and Nigeria, wich would need financial or material support, just ask us via the E-mail adress shown above. Of course we are not able to cooperate with every small hospital, but we really like to do what is possible to help you reaching your goals.

    • You are always welcome to contact us asking for more information, to build up health partnerships or to get a volunteer job.