Scholarship Endowment Fund

          As the cost of secondary education gets higher and higher despite increasing poverty in Cameroon, many families are left with the tough decision that no parent should have to make – Can I afford to send my son to school or should he stay home so I can feed my […]

SOBA America Sponsorship Fund (SASF)

A brainchild of former Soba America President Beltus Ntopi, the Soba America Sponsorship Fund (SASF) was officially launched in May, 2012, during the convention in Phoenix, Arizona. Its main mission is to indirectly alleviate poverty via sponsorship of orphans and/or children from financially poor background through Sasse by mobilizing the power of its alumni volunteers […]

I remember when SOBANS…

I remember when SOBANS from America came to hand over the water project. We did not have any running water in Sasse. Thanks to SOBA America, we were able to take showers, wash our clothes and live like normal people.

Thanks to SOBANS in America…

Thanks to SOBANS in America, I was able to graduate from Sasse. My parents had trouble paying my school fees and I was about to be kicked out from school, until the SOBA America scholarship saved me. Thank you SOBA America.

Sick Bay/ Victor Anomah Ngu Health Center Assistance

The health of students is very important. Over the past several years, SOBA America has partnered with SOBA UK to address the issue of poor access to healthcare for the students of Sasse College. The Sick Bay project that was aimed at revamping the old, dilapidated sick bay was spearheaded by SOBA UK. SOBA America […]

IT Project

This started out originally as a Soba America project to put Sasse into the technology age after Dr. Ebie started the computer lab. Buea Diocese joined in the project to provide internet to the entire Diocese. Dr. Enongene was Soba America’s lead on the project and Valentine Itor was the resident engineer in Sasse. Dr. […]

Water Project

During the 1990s the population of Sasse increased two folds and so did the population of the surrounding villages of Tole, Biyoko and Small Soppo. Not enough water was getting to Sasse after the villages below made use of it. For the first time in its 55 years history there was water shortage in Sasse. […]