Our Vision

Empower a generation through education and mentoring and create a sustainable change in the society.


Our Mission

EduExcel wants to be a partnership of persons all over the world with a mission to help students in universities in developing countries (starting in Cameroon). We want them to be able to focus on their studies more than looking for ways to fund them.

We also want to help them build values and skillsets they often won’t acquire while in school, to have an easy insertion in the work-life and be model for others.

We pursue these missions through:

  • Financial support: we want to help students in need and who show a real desire to be the best in what they’re doing;
  • Mentoring: we want to connect students to those who can help them build values and be prepared for their professional life;
  • Participation: we want students to be active participants, not passive recipients. This is implemented through connection with the mentor, redaction of a social or professional project, and desire to mentor and help other students.

We formally implemented the project in the school year 2017-2018 with the sponsorship of three (3) students (after several years of random support to students).

Our Values

We give priority to people More than money.

We act in ways to respect the dignity, the uniqueness, and the intrinsic worth of everyone.

We trust that everyone has a unique gift and is able to use that for the blessings of many.

We practice a participative and open working relationship.

The resources at our disposal are not our own, we use them for the purpose for which they are given and manage them in a manner that brings maximum benefit.

We speak and act honestly. We are open and factual in our relationships with donors.

We demand of ourselves high standards of professional competence and are willing to be accountable.

Our Goal(s)

We aim at fully funding each student in our program by 2028.

  • Raise enough to support at least 100 students in their tuition fees and their yearly total cost of living (accommodation, school needs, nutrition, …);
  • Run the full mentoring program to support students’ orientation and involvement in university life.
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