Cameroon: Wokka 

In northeastern Cameroon, Max Brose Hilfe co-financed the construction and furnishing of a school and training workshop for young women. The facility is affiliated with a school and is designed to provide vocational opportunities for girls. The goal is to help young women become self-sufficient in an effort to counteract traditional societal role expectations in the region.

Cameroon is divided into two linguistic zones. French is the official language in the northeast, along with countless dialects. A second building funded by Max Brose Hilfe will house a library with French-language books.

Max Brose Hilfe provided the funds for both buildings and their furnishings in addition to enabling the construction of a well, which also benefits the adjacent village.