13 Dec 2018 - I was almost giving up as it's a little difficult researching on phone but the thought of what my little effort would do to safe marine life has kept me going.
13 Dec 2018 - One of our Ocean Action Volunteers from #Cameroon, Nyugah Innocent Fomusoh, recently reached out to us with following message. His message with his commitment to help #SaveOurOcean even amidst a very challenging situation awe-inspired us. We hope this will also melt you heart as well.
United Nations Development Programme - UNDP Ocean Action Hub has been working with over 200 dedicated volunteers covering over 100 countries/territories around the world on our Ocean Action Campaign aimed at respecting and helping #SaveOurOcean.
*** Innocent’s text message to us ***
Good day to you,
This is Nyugah Innocent Fomusoh, Ocean Action Campaign Volunteer from Cameroon. I apologize for the delay registered in completing Wave 1 and 2 of the campaign. I had research a few Organizations through online search but as a result of the ongoing crisis and prolonged electricity and network blackout in Kumbo in the North West Region of Cameroon, I was forced to flee unprepared and couldn't leave with my PC.
I was almost giving up as it's a little difficult researching on phone but the thought of what my little effort would do to safe marine life has kept me going.
I have drafted a short note to send out to all my networks and contacts. Could you please review it and provide any suggestions on recommended changes.
Thanks a lot for all your guidance.