Congratulations to our Ambassador in Cameroon – Fongwen Eric Timah.
Fongwen Eric Timah organized #BeTheChange event in Coron Mvog Mbi, a quarter in the capital city of Cameroon – in conjunction with Eagle Rock Foundation which took place on, Saturday, March 10, 2018.
Young people between the age of 14 -24 and more attended the event, most of whom where undergraduate, postgraduate, and few secondary school students.
CEO and Founder Eagle Rock Foundation – Nzokwe Janet, highlighted on the objectives of the foundation which is to nurture and empower the underprivileged and vulnerable populations, especially in the rural areas of Cameroon.
Our ambassador Fongwen Eric Timah, educated the participants on the vision and mission of Motivating Africa. He further explained the key concepts of #BeTheChange (Who Am I, Thinking, Personal Growth, Goals, Time, Mindset and Just Start & Persist) explaining how life is like a ladder that must be climbed one step at a time. He shared his life experiences of how he went through series of challenges yet didn’t give up; a demonstration of the understanding of all the key concepts of #BeTheChange.
In any adversity, there’s a seed of equal or better benefits. Words of motivation inspiring videos like; “Faces of Wealth, Jack Ma Inspiration, Derek Raymond Story” was used to spice up the event – to enable youths in attendance to understand how to be the change they desire.
A game using nails was played; The nail game comprises of 24 nails that were distributed 12 each for two groups (A & B).
This was to demonstrate how certain things in life looks impossible at the start but with the right mindset and thinking comes possibility. Groups A and B presented their challenges during the course of the game which summarized, in every struggle come strength.
See below other pictures from the event;
Speaking at the event was; Dr. Pastor Paul Nzokwe, the chief operating officer/co-founder of Eagle Rock Foundation. He shared his experience on how the social environment greatly affects the youths and what the youth need to know if they must grasp success.