Cameroon Mission


May 2015

 New photos of recent developments regarding our work in Cameroon. There have been a lot of progress on the project as seen in the photos. We just concluded a ceremony to receive the books at CATE. We have some difficulties on the ground with funds to help with the cost to unload and set up the books that were donated.  Any financial help would be greatly appreciated.  Godlove and Patience Kobe. 



April 2015

News from the Kobe's in Cameroon:  Hope all is well. We successfully cleared the shipment of books from the port of Douala Cameroon. We built shelves to hold the books in a forty foot shipping container at CATE premises. We have a lot of visitors coming to use the facilities. I will be sending you photos to show what we have accomplished so far. Greetings from Us, Godlove and Patience and  Muritz, Clinton,Joel, and Zach Kobe. Every body is well.


February 2015

Greetings from Cameroon! Patience and Godlove Kobe and the boys send their greetings to all at RPC. They are able to stay connected with RPC through their new Internet connection. Godlove says, with much pride, that Muritz is number one in his school and doing well. They are all looking forward to coming back to RPC.


December 2014

RPC Supports C.A.T.E in Cameroon:


C.A.T.E. - Community Action for Technical Excellence.  In the first phase, RPC collected items and filled the container going to Cameroon and over $1,000 was raised.  Since then, Godlove Kobe and his family were able to spend 5 months in Cameroon getting the container unloaded and the new facility established.  Phase 2 established the school and library. Doctors are using the library as well as locals. Phase 3 connection to the Internet was completed. Phase 4 is a future hope that volunteers will visit Cameroon to represent RPC.  Godlove shared photos of the computer room which is fully set up and ready to go.  Godlove traveled to Cameroon in December 2014 for dedication of the facility.


May 2014
Thank you for your generous support of the Community Action for Technical Excellence (CATE) mission Project.  With the help of church members and those in the local community, we filled the container and we raised over a $1,000 to contribute towards shipment of the container to Cameroon. Godlove has arrived in Cameroon to help unload the van.  Blessings for this important mission.