Mboa Hub


About the venue

Mboa Hub is in Yaounde III subdivision, in the Obili neighborhood, a neighborhood situated between Ngoa Ekele and Biyem Assi. They constitute the most populated area of Yaounde, having the majority of youths attending university, medical schools, higher Institutions, and several secondary and primary schools. People speak both English and French and there is a major informal settlement, including school dropouts, IDPs. 

Opening hours

10:00 – 16:00
Upon Request


Rue 3.454, Montée Chapelle Obili
PB 35453 Yaoundé
Yaoundé, Cameroon

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Accéder à de l'eau potable est un droit humain ! Bonne journée mondiale de l'eau !

Accessing drinkable water is a human right! Happy World Water Day! #ClimateJustice
Célébration de la Journée Mondiale des Forêts au Complexe Bilingue Iboni de Yaoundé !

World Forest Day celebration at the Bilingual School Complex Iboni of Yaounde! #ClimateChange #SaveCongoRainforest
En cette Journée Mondiale des Forêts, nous appelons les gouvernements, les organisations de la société civile et les jeunes à redoubler d'efforts pour sauver nos forêts !

On this World Forest Day, we call on governments, civil society organizations, and Youths to put in more efforts to save our forests! #SaveCongoRainforest  #ClimateChange
Allez-vous participer à ce Space Twitter aujourd'hui ? Assurez-vous de programmer un rappel maintenant pour être notifié dès le début.
Ça commence à 14 heures, heure du Cameroun ! Le lien est en dessous ! #ActionClimatique

Are you going to attend this Twitter Space today? Make sure to set a reminder now to be notified at the start.
It's starting at 2PM Cameroon time! Find the Space link below. #ClimateAction 

Bon dimanche ! 👋
Ce Lundi 20 Mars 2023 dès 14 heures, les expertes de Greenpeace Afrique et de Green Development Advocates vont prendre part à un Space (en Français) où elles nous donneront plus de détails sur  ce qu'est Camvert et son impact sur les peuples autochtones du Cameroun. 
Pour en savoir plus, définissez un rappel sur Twitter sur lien: https://twitter.com/i/spaces/1gqGvyOObeaKB  #Forêt #Deboisement

Happy Sunday ! 👋
On Monday the 20th March 20 from 2 PM, experts from Greenpeace Africa and Green Development Advocates will take part in a Twitter Space (in French) where they will give us more details about what Camvert is and its impact on indigenous peoples in Cameroon. 
To learn more, set a Twitter's reminder on: https://twitter.com/i/spaces/1gqGvyOObeaKB

Our Space

  • A conference room for training, workshops, meetings;
  • A co-working space;
  • A kitchen for tea and coffee;
  • A warehouse to keep training materials, paints, books, pens and other materials for the space as well as a media center in case interviews are done;
  • Outdoor space to organize outdoor events and relax.

About the city

With a population of over 4 million, Yaounde is Cameroon’s Capital City and is the second-largest city after the economic capital Douala. Yaounde is a crossroads between the northern and southern regions of the country and hosts several youth lead groups. French and English are the main languages.

Andoh H. Rex Mboa Hub Community Manager arex@greenpeace.org (+237) 677796214