Atanga Peace Project

Bernadette Atanga, MD

Category: Non-Profit

P.O. Box 82
Flint, MI, 48501
Phone: 810.908.2842
Cell: 810.908.2842
familyandculture@yahoo.com
www.atangapeaceproject.org


Specialty:Family Matters :: Leadership Programs :: Family Empowerment :: Educators For Peace Network :: Youth Programs :: Mental & Emotional Health Edu.

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About Us

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The Atanga Peace Project Inc. was founded on several fundamental principles of life shared by Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Iban Atanga. It has always been their belief that Peace at any level of the community from Family to Government can be achieved by practicing Patience, Tolerance Vigilance, Humility and Forgiveness and Love for our fellow human being.  Joseph Iban Atanga and Marcelline Neza Ndifor married on January 15, 1951 and together they made community service their life’s mission. They raised their children using the moral values passed unto them by both of their parents who were not exposed to Christianity, the same values they have come to embrace as part of their Catholic faith. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Iban Atanga did not have the privilege of having a formal education but used the resources they were blessed with to give education not only to their children but to countless others. They involved their children from very young ages to serve their community in age appropriate activities. Their community service involved participation in areas of education and providing for the less fortunate through their church, political service and promotion of culture and cultural diversity.  Their children were encouraged to use their own talents to give back to the community. It is for this reason that on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary, their daughter Mrs. Anne Atanga Foju suggested that since some of the children were already active in community service there will be no better anniversary gift to their parents than a project that honors their legacy.  This idea gave birth to the Atanga Peace Project.

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VISION

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To partner with Government, Traditional and Religious Leaders to work as a team to empower families in Cameroon to raise productive citizens who actively participate in building their community through peace and tolerance.

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Purpose

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Promoting peace, reducing violence in the community, and bringing an understanding of cultural diversity through education by focusing on  addressing the root causes of conflict in families and local communities, and how that relates to the history, cultural beliefs, and practices of different family systems.