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Meet Paul François Zangue


Breaking Ground is thrilled to welcome the talented and dynamic Paul François Zangue to the team as our full-time, Cameroon-based Program Director. We first met Paul in 2008, when Breaking Ground worked with his native village of Litieu on the Menouet River Bridge Project. Paul’s passion, energy, and skill very quickly became evident as he emerged as the project’s leader and successfully stepped into the role of Project Manager.

From maintaining relations with high level collaborators like the U.S. Embassy, the British High Commission, and the Peace Corps, to rolling up his sleeves and mixing cement, Paul was (and continues to be) willing and able to make our work a success.

Paul was equally impressed with Breaking Ground’s commitment. “What struck me the most was the approach,” he says. “In addition to sending financing, Breaking Ground encouraged the community members and helped them overcome the obstacles that arise during this type of project. This was all possible due to the engagement and motivation of the staff.”

Paul holds a master’s degree in agribusiness from the University of Dschang and worked for eight years as Branch Manager of the MC2 Microfinance Bank in Dschang. Paul lives in Dschang with his wife and their three children. Paul’s unique combination of integrity, dedication, and expertise make him the perfect ambassador for Breaking Ground’s work in Cameroon. “With Breaking Ground, I have the opportunity to work for grassroots development, allowing communities and individuals to realize their development dreams and improve their quality of life,” Paul says.

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