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Hello,wearethe VKIIRUHRBEZIRKe.V.

The Association of Cameroonian Engineers and Computer Scientists, Ruhrbezirk e.V. is a group formed in 2014 by international Black students from TU Dortmund. VKII Ruhrbezirk has been focusing on empowerment programs in the Ruhr area. Additionally, VKII has been involved in various projects in Africa, with a strong emphasis on technical innovations and school construction.
VKII is a community-based association that supports education, research, students, and graduates. It also spearheads projects aimed at empowering African/African diaspora/BIPOC and marginalized groups, including refugees, those with migration backgrounds, and a diverse range of intersectional individuals and communities, such as racial/ethnic minorities, LGBTQ+ communities, people with disabilities, low-income individuals, women, religious minorities, indigenous peoples, older adults, and youth. This support extends to various aspects of life, including school, training, college, and work.




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Our vision is to create an open and inclusive space, both physically and temporally, that fosters communication, social interaction, and personal growth. We aim to empower individuals by providing opportunities to learn (the German) language(s), offering homework assistance, tutoring, and computer courses.
Our mission is to establish a welcoming and accessible environment where people can connect and engage, breaking down barriers through language learning and educational support. We are dedicated to facilitating personal development and empowerment by offering assistance with homework, tutoring, and computer skills.
Together great things happen... Let's build it together!
"We believe that true inclusivity and participation are essential to create equity of opportunity and educational fairness, and we are committed to advancing this cause."


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