Non-governmental organization gives models and designers hope to showcase their talents in the midst of crisis through the 6.6 Fashion Show at Franco Alliance Bamenda.
Owned by Njobati Sylvie, Sysy house of fame organized its first inclusive fashion show titled 6.6, arts for the S.D.G goals in partnership with United Nations, YEMS Group, Alliance Francais and Drauftshift Bamenda. The event brought together some designers and models in the Northwest region to showcase their creativity and originality. Dressed by design houses like Eco and Royalty designs the talented models presented wonderfully made cut off fabrics and Northwest cultural outfits on the run way.
Mourning the death of those killed in Ngarbuh under Ndongamantung division, children and models presented a brief play advocating for peace and right to education.
Advocating for the Sustainable development goals an SDG village was created to enable young people fully understand the goals. Activities such as data collection, works of art, puzzle and ball games, were all focused on the S.D.G goals. Prizes in the form of T-shirts were given to winners of the games.
Njobati Sylvie took out time to explain the 17 goals crafted on the walls of Alliance Francais by Christo Beks Graff to the comprehension of the youths present as she encouraged them to bring forth new ideas as Sysy House of fame is open to all.