Yaoundé, also known as the town of the seven hills, is the capital of Cameroon, a central African country. With nearly 3 million inhabitants, Yaoundé is a multicultural city whose population is mostly young, creative and dynamic.
The GSC hub of Yaoundé was created in 2016 by a group of young people who shared the same vision of change and wished to be actors, locally for the development and the emergence of their community, globally in building a better world. That vision is the foundation upon which the hub of Yaoundé stands.
Yaoundé shapers are from diverse cultures and backgrounds, and reflect, as a group, the multiculturalism of their city. By embracing diversity, they've made their hub an inclusive environment where each shaper is valued for their uniqueness. They believe that collectively, they can bring about positive change.
They work on small scale and large scale projects in impact areas such as education, environment, health or social injustices.