Empowering communities and fostering entrepreneurship

A not-for-profit organisation

That empowers disadvantaged people and promotes gender equality

Computer Training Courses

We empower youths and promote sustainable development through Computer Literacy Programmes.

THE Promotion of Sustainable Development

We push forward to align with international efforts to revalorize the agricultural sector.

ORGANISATION OF SEMINARS

We organize seminars, camps and conferences where necessary in order to achieve our objectives.

SUPPORT FOR ORPHANS AND WIDOWS

We provide material and financial support to orphans and widows.

We fight poverty through computer literacy, education and sustainable agriculture

Activities

We empower youths and promote sustainable development through Computer Literacy Programmes.

We are out to give meaning to the lives of underprivileged youths and street children in the society by making them I.C.T Professionals. This will help to alleviate poverty, reduce crime waves (arm robbery, prostitution etc) in the society.

We look forward to bridge the gap of Computer Literacy between the privileged few & the underprivileged masses in the society by taking Quality Computer Knowledge to the Rural Multitude.

We endavor to revalorize the agricultural sector, through the use of modern farming techniques and mechanization, which will go a long way to ensure food security, reduce the rate of unemployment and encourage participative community development.

We are out to give meaning to the lives of underprivileged youths and street children by making them I.C.T Professionals. This helps alleviating poverty and reducing crime.

Get involved

Volunteering with us is a great way to share your skills, learn new skills and build new friendships.

There are many benefits to volunteering, from knowing that you’re making a difference, to enhancing your CV and job prospects.

There is lots of anecdotal evidence that volunteering has a positive impact on health. We think it can be a great experience for you and beneficial to you and King Black.

Volunteers are happier and healthier than non-volunteers. In fact, during later life, volunteering is even more beneficial for one’s health than exercising and eating well.

Despite all of the online connections that are available at our fingertips, people are lonelier now than ever before. Indeed, a 2010 AARP study reported that prevalence of loneliness is at an all time high, with about one in three adults age 45 or older categorized as lonely. Online connections, while useful for maintaining existing relationships, are not very helpful in establishing lasting, new ones. Working alongside people who feel as strongly as you do about supporting a particular cause creates a path to developing strong relationships with others.

People who volunteer make more money, partially because the relationships people create while volunteering can be leveraged for financial benefit. In 1973, a John’s Hopkins Sociologist named Mark Granovetter described the important role of “weak ties.” Weak ties are those relationships that are outside of one’s close-knit social network. These relationships are important because they provide access to new information and opportunities.

Employees
Trainees who started businesses
Graduates
Trainees who found work

What Our Students Say

The positive and helpful nature of the staff during my training has gone a long way to boost my career goals of becoming an Accountant in future and also this course has fortified me towards performing Secretarial Duties, Developing Creativity to be Self Employed.

Melvis Niba
Ex-Student

This institution has become the basic foundation to achieve my dreams. I know that with the help of God Almighty, I will achieve my dreams and the same God to grant favour to the proprietor and many more who help the young Cameroonians to realized their dreams.

Ngwa Relindis Ngum
Ex-Student

I found the courses interesting due to the friendly and humble nature of the staffs, from the founding CEO to the last staff who is the secretary at king black. Before getting to King Black I desired to work as an Industrial Builder, but reoriented me and now I feel much fulfilled working as a computer administrator.

Nelson Metuge
Ex-Student

Our Team

Stephanie joined us in 2009 and has been an asset ever since.
Stephanie Mayang
Accountant
We are out to give meaning to the lives of underprivileged youths and street children by making them I.C.T Professionals. This will help alleviating poverty and reducing crime.
Nugang Clement Devalla
Director
Zack was our trainee, from 2009 to 2011 and later became one our trainers in 2012. He has been instrumental to our growth.
Zaccheus Nkongho
Head of Training Programmes

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