OTI Youth Hybrid Volunteerism Fellowship Program 2020

- Cameroon, 30 Application Opened


Inamates at the Buea Central Prison in Class. The Prison School Program has helped to shape the morale behavior of these inmates who are preparing to sit for public exams. Instilling hope in them after serving their prison term!

Street Children Program

Removing children from the streets and reconciling back with their families and/or care homes. The is no soft pillow in the streets for this children, its a call of concern as they are the future leaders. The danger and vulnerability of this children in the street has a negative impact to the society.

Ambassadors of HOPE

Taking volunteerism to another level. Promoting volunteerism and internship with over nine opportunities to improve on your skills and capacity. Shape your skills and add value to your ability with a 3 months volunteerism program.

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Changing and impacting lives for the better.

Operation Total Impact (OTI) is a team of enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers working simultaneously with well-trained and talented professionals consumed with burning passion to change lives for the better thus making the world a better place for sustainable growth.

We are working to have in Africa a social justice system where reformation is used to combat violence and insecurity within our communities. Fighting and mitigating crimes through a chain of well designed programs which are interrelated in having a peaceful society.

Few reasons to be part of us

1. Societal contribution 
If you actively work/volunteer will help you to make a positive contribution in the growth and development of the society. You can work for the cause you are most passionate about.
2. Increase employable skills

When you work with us, you work for an organisation that requires skills like accounting, finance, research, raising and re-distribution of funds, punctuality, teamwork, cooperation and leadership qualities. You will gain experience whilst working.

3. CV

The skills that you gained can form a significant part of your CV. You can impress your employer with your polished skills. This experience will also make your application stand out amongst your peers.

4. Professional development

Joining OTI is like an investment in your future. You will develop professional skills to meet the demands of the role and of the organisation.

5. Leadership skills

As a part of a team, you will not only gain leadership skills, you will get a chance to employ them too. Everything depends on how well you learn to motivate people and how you cope up with pressure



Mental Adjustment Program

Operation Total Impact (OTI) is much concern about drug abuse in Africa. Rehabilitating the delinquent taking hard drugs at the join/terre. Providing a platform fro deviant youths in Africa to be professional guardians of ethics, Integrity, morality and honesty in the society.  The abuse of drugs in Africa is nevertheless escalating rapidly from cannabis abuse to the more dangerous drugs and from limited groups of drug users to wider range of people abusing drugs.

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Prison School Program

Operation Total Impact (OTI) is committed to developing and championing sustainable solutions that expand and provide education for inmates (prisoners). We are transforming Prison Yards into Dormitory Schools. Teaching and giving inmates the opportunity to sit for official examination and acquiring vocational skills that is bringing formal education right into the very heart of detention thus, giving inmates total quality transformation and happy freedom.

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Street Children Program

Operation No Child should call the street Home. This program is aim at removing children from the street and reconciling them to their family. According to UN sources there are up to 150 million street children in the world today. Chased from home by violence, drug and alcohol abuse, the death of a parent, family breakdown, war, natural disaster or simply socio-economic collapse, many destitute children are forced to eke out a living on the street.

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Let Girls Learn Program

Breaking the barrier to girls education and giving Africa girls the opportunities to unlock their full potentials and facilitate their way to center stage of the economic environment and to the decision table. Right now, 62 million girls around the world are not in school. Millions more are fighting to stay there. Let Girls Learn is a new effort by TIA to raise awareness about the importance of allowing all girls to pursue a quality education.

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Ambassador of HOPE Program

Creating and providing a platform in Africa for National and International volunteerism and internship. If our hopes of building a better and safer world are to become more than wishful thinking, we will need the engagement of volunteers more than ever. Operation Total Impact created this program to educate and encourage many civilians being national or international of the importance and joy to help your community through volunteerism.

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The TEAM Program

Creating an environment and platform for start-up organizations to grow, mentored and network to other growing organizations and institutions globally. Operation Total Impact is providing informative and collaborative platforms like The TEAM Program, which allows people to benefit from advice and companionship as they create their organizations. Our aim is to inspire and motivate others to grow.

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The Prison School has reformed so many inmates to be better citizens

This project has changed and impacted more than 2500 inmates in five prisons. 600 of them who are out of the prisons are now entrepreneurs, 500 are secondary school students, 15 are university students while 15 are rearing table birds and non-conventional animals.

A Brighter Future — for African Children

In 2016, we organized a three day campaign on street children on the theme “No Child Should Call The Street My Home” here we were able to mobilized 525 street children from around some villages  in South West Region. These children were reconciled with their families with follow up till date.