Headquarters : 36 Paul Cezanne St
68200 Mulhouse
Mailing address : 31 Jean Mieg St
68100 Mulhouse
Tel : 00 33 (0)3 89 45 35 19
Fax : 00 33 (0)3 89 56 39 65
Email : france@afriquefuture.org
Headquarters : Katholisches Pfarramt, Uferstr.3
77694 Kehl-Kork
Mailing address : Theresia Lochow Nachtigallenstr.6
77731 Willstätt
Tel : 00 49 (0)78 52 979 07
Email : deutschland@afriquefuture.org
Headquarters : BP 7053 - Yaoundé
Tel : 00  237 9 984 2074 or
Tel : 00  237 9 998 9750
Email : cameroun@afriquefuture.org
Head office : 674 chemin des Hurons Est , ST-MATHIAS-SUR-RICHELIEU, Québec-J3L 6A1
Tel : 001 450 447 1050
Email : canada@afriquefuture.org

Your questions

Why do you work exclusively in Cameroon?

Our founder is Cameroonian and the original requests asking for assistance from the association came from Cameroonians. In as much as our financial situation would allow and as relationships develop, we do envision extending our work to other African countries.


You know how to build bridges and dirt roads. Why not limit your work to passageways and thus intervene in numerous third world countries?

Our reflection on helping third world leads us to accompany villagers of a region up to a point where they have bettered their living conditions and see the emergence of an economy. What good would it serve to build bridges if centers for health care and schools were beyond reach or even inexistent?


In what ways do you better the living conditions of the populations?

AFRICA FUTURE betters directly the living conditions of the populations by the employment of 70 salaried permanent employees within the medical, administrative, educational and technical fields. Each employee sustains, on the average, 10 persons.
Our construction sites are opportunities for professional formation and the creation of micro enterprises.


How do your achievements influence the sphere of economics?

Villages are revived because of their contact with one another, because their products can be delivered towards urban areas or towards markets that are created in the countryside. Besides those salaried, AFRICA FUTURE compensation is given to the peasant people who extract sand and gravel from the riverbeds, or collect stones for the various sites. Small subcontracting enterprises are created.


Are Africans truly committed to their development?

AFRICA FUTURE will intervene uniquely in response to requests from Native peoples. The involvement of the populations in carrying out the project is conditional to the assistance given.


Is it easy to find employees in Cameroon?

It is very difficult to recruit competent and reliable personnel. The apparent problem is one of a professional formation of a given quality.