Category Archives: Projects

New “Computer Centre” Dedicated on July 26

What a glorious occasion. The computer lab was completed and the finishing touches were under budget, and beyond our expectations. There are now 21 functioning computers loaded with the TEN3 course software. We were also able to leave a good … Continue reading

More than a Computer Lab – A Biblical Worldview

CVAI is not just setting up a computer lab at BCHS Njinikijem in Belo, Cameroon. We and our partners TEN3 are training the computer teacher and principal at the school to help students at this school use computers, and how … Continue reading

Computers Needed Now for July Trip

The request is simple, we want to carry five (5) used working computers (with flat screen monitors, mice, and keyboards): minimum of 512 KB of Ram, 20 GB hard drives to supplement the computers already in Cameroon. The units need … Continue reading

Technical Mission Trip in July!

Please pray for our technical mission trip. Bob and Jayne will be working in Cameroon from July 6 to 27. CVAI (Comprehensive Vocational Academies International) is working with a Christian high school in Cameroon to establish a new computer lab … Continue reading

Partnership with TEN3 Computer Education

CVAI is working with TEN3, Transformational Education Network, to train Cameroonian teachers to launch an Christian based computer program in at a high school Cameroon. To learn more about how African Christians are working towards transformational education, view the video … Continue reading

2010 Summer Team to Train Teachers – Install Library

This August, CVAI is sponsoring an educators’ trip to Cameroon at the invitation of the Cameroon Baptist Convention Education Department. We will be leading the team of energetic teachers who have a variety of specialties. Continue reading

August 2008 Visit to Bamenda

In August, Bob and Jayne Dambman spent over three weeks in Bamenda on behalf of CVAI. They were joined by engineer Phil Sollenberger for a portion of the time. There were several goals for the journey. 1. Measure the top … Continue reading