Cameroon (MNN) — Cameroon's
capital city is a strategic center for Bible translation in central
Wycliffe Associates notes that it
is also a good place for two key projects in and around Yaounde. From November 14th through December
5th, teams will be expanding an aircraft hangar to accommodate a
larger airplane needed for ongoing support of Bible translation teams in remote
The design work
for this expansion is finished, and a team of volunteers will translate the
vision into action.
At the same time, work is
continuing on the new campus for Rain Forest International School. The school's purpose is to teach its students a
This is a
long-term project supported by Wycliffe Associates through design,
construction, and funding.
The new campus will eventually accommodate
approximately 150 students and is about 16 acres in size. When completed, the
school will have ten regular classrooms, two science labs, an art room, a
living skills classroom.
In addition, funding has come in
to support a computer lab, a library-media
center, an administration building, a large auditorium and music building. As for athletics, there are plans for a
full-size soccer field, a physical education practice field, a covered gym,
field house, complete wood and industrial arts facilities, a student center, an
aquatics center, and four tennis courts.