TeHA African Kitchen, Leader in Social Entrepreneurship

TeHA African Kitchen is a leadership enterprise that seeks to promote the goal of self employment through the exhibition of entrepreneurial skills and abilities. Through the initiative the promoter seeks to minimize risks, using innovations and taking advantage of opportunities. It is a dynamic social enterprise which takes responsibility and manages changes within all environments. The promoter of TeHA African Kitchen, Miss Tebi Honourine Azoh, has the vision of creating wealth for herself and other youths by realizing innovative ventures and offer employment opportunities for other young people.

Honorine is a social entrepreneur who is truly African and believes in herself. You can see this from the name TeHA, an acronym curled from her name (Te = Tebi, H = Honourine, A = Azoh).

Honorine was sensitised on the PEA Jeunes program and her business idea diagnosed by SIRDEP. With the Support of PEA Jeunes, she was further trained to develop her business plan and then supported to start up her dream social enterprise.

TeHA African Kitchen specializes in African dishes and one will always want to visit again after the first taste. They serve in the restaurant (located at Brasseries Junction Bamenda) and will not hesitate bring your request right to your office or home. They will handle your catering for all occasions, with the best of African cuisine you can think of.

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About SIRDEP
The Society for Initiatives in Rural Development and Environmental Protection (SIRDEP) is non-governmental, not-for-profit making organization in Cameroon head quartered in Bamenda. SIRDEP has a multi-disciplinary team of experienced agronomists, agro-economists, livestock technicians, rural engineers, and natural resource management experts who work together to foster positive, sustainable development. SIRDEP was founded in 1992 and is one of the oldest indigenous NGOs in the North West Region of Cameroon.

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