The Cameroon Taekwondo Federation (FECATAE) could see its membership increase thanks to a new scholarship scheme organised by a non-profit organisation.
The 237 Brothers in Taekwondo USA has created the scheme, which offers technical assistance, according to Cameroon Tribune.
An information session was recently held in capital city Yaoundé, led by Alfred Nomo, the chairman and the chief executive of the non-profit.
Taekwondo instructors, tournament organisers and FECATAE officials were brought together for the meeting.
Most clubs in Cameroon are not affiliated with FECATAE, according to Cameroon Tribune, which is why the only condition to be eligible for the scholarship is to be FECATAE-affiliated.
"We are an international organisation, we help clubs that are affiliated with the Cameroon Taekwondo Federation," Nomo said.
"The mission of 237 Brothers in Taekwondo USA is to help clubs and athletes grow in taekwondo and help develop youth in the sport."
As well as technical support, the 237 Brothers in Taekwondo USA also offers a programme to support young taekwondo players in all aspects of life.