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Bali Humanitarian Relief

The Bali Humanitarian Relief Committee (Bali- HRC) is an ad hoc committee created in 2018 to coordinate humanitarian support to Bali people during the ongoing crisis in English speaking Cameroon. The committee is tasked with defining and implementing a humanitarian relief initiative to support the people of Bali in a manner that is consistent with

Multipurpose Center

The Bali MPC currently under construction is BCA-USA’s flagship project. The facility located in Bali Nyonga, (Cameroon, West Africa) will house a variety of community resources that will serve as a hub for promoting education, literacy, and wellness to a population of over 85,000 most of whom are low income workers or unemployed. The project


BCA’s Fishnet Project funds vocational training for young people who were unable to complete formal education through no fault of their own, but are willing to be trained in any trade of their choice at a local vocational institute.  The guiding philosophy informing the initiation of this project is: give a person fish, and you


Built classrooms and supplied desks to schools. Provided scholarships to students in Bali and the USA. Till date, over $40,000.00 in scholarship funds have been awarded to students and pupils in Bali. Teacher Sponsorship: In 2009, BCA initiated a project to sponsor primary school teachers to teach in under-served communities within Bali. The aim is


Ongoing funding contribution towards the organization of the annual Lela festival in Bali Nyonga. In addition to these projects, local BCA-USA chapters regularly fundraise and sponsor projects within Bali. For instance: The Dallas chapter have a project sponsoring orphans in Bali Kumbat., the California chapter is currently working on various school projects with schools in


BCA-USA’s Health Projects include Sponsorship for an annual health fair in Bali, where our physician members and nurses offered free screenings. Supplying medication and ambulatory equipment to health centers in Bali. Technical assistance for the construction of a mortuary at the main hospital in Bali. Funded premiums for enrollment into the Mutual Health Organization in