Culture
Preserving, Protecting, and Promoting cultural heritage.
Research
Promoting evidence-based approach to progamming
Creative Industries Development
Strengthening the Creative Industry to actively contribute to Sustainable Development

REGARTLESS(RGL) was formerly known as Sysy House of Fame (SHF)

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Afro-centric, people focused.

We are driven by passion and commitment to reclaiming Africa’s lost cultural heritage, histories, experiences, and indigenous knowledge in a bid to reinvent the Africa we want. 

ABOUT REGARTLESS

Creativity and Originality

REGARTLESS formerly known as Sysy House of Fame is a Non-Governmental Organisation whose primary focus is Preserving, Protecting, and promoting cultural heritage and different forms of Artistic expression. Our work cuts accross global issues such as Decolonisation, Social Justice, Women Empowerment, and Human Rights. 

The quest to reinvent Africa is at the center of the work we do. We acknowledge the evolution of the ecosystem and thus readily adapt to respond to the constantly changing circumstances. 

To achieve this, REGARTLESS is imploring the use of  Arts, Culture, and Research to stir social conversations, inspire action for change, drive political reform, and improve livelihoods.

Our Mission

Contribute to Sustainable Development in the world, through local communities, using the tools; Arts, Culture and Sports.

Our Vision

Our vision is a world where local communities can individually and collectively provide creative and innovative solutions to global issues for global growth

Impact Stories

A view in to RGL’s open dialogue on the International Museum Day.
May 19, 2024
Enhancing social cohesion and culture preservation through indigenous games for children
June 5, 2024
REGARTLESS records a historic milestone – the restitution of Bangwa heritage
April 24, 2024
Activity Report – RESTITUTION 101 Film screening
January 24, 2024
Restitution Reunites a Community: The #BringBackNgonnso Online Campaign Results
September 20, 2023

News and Updates

For the past seven years, the Anglophone regions of Cameroon have been hit by an armed conflict that saw the education system under attack. Indigenous games by REGARTLESS is enhancing social cohesion and promoting intercultural dialogue among learners of primary education in Bamenda.
An interesting piece on RGL's open dialogue on the International Museum Day. A reflection on decolonising African Museums in Neocolonial contexts.
For so long, the Bangwa people have been yearning for the return of their heritage looted in colonial times, now in private and public institutions around. REGARTLESS acquired and returned eight significant royal male cults heritage to the people of Bangwa, entering history as the first-ever restitution in colonial context
From truth and reconciliation commissions to restitution efforts, the drive to make amends for colonial injustices is gaining momentum. This powerful movement acknowledges the pain inflicted by colonialism, offering hope for a future where justice and equality prevail, erasing the shadows of the past.
This inspiring piece sheds light on the #BringBackNgonnso campaign that began in 2020 ( and in 2021 on social media). This one-pager reveals the successful results of the online campaign from May 2021- August 2023.
You wanna know how our theatre performance was received by the audience? Here are some reviews from our diversed audience.
After a successful theatre performance on decolonizing mindsets and spaces, we are glad to share with you the report of the project.
SHF believes that a critical aspect of decolonization is changing mindsets: thus the focus on sensitization. What better way to do this than use theatre performance?
Between May 22 and 27, a multipartner workshop was organised on restitution titled "The Return of Things" in Yaounde. Find here internation debates. Who speaks, who acts? That's the the question.

Testimonial

As a school, we are so delighted to be part of a people that REGARTLESS has chosen to work with. Through her activities of arts and culture, the school has greatly been impacted. Their #Educate her now scholarship is  impacting the life of the girl child in this school. These activities have improved enrollment and are developing their cognitive skills.

Nkwain Bronhilda

Head Teacher - CBC Menda

It was a privilege to serve as a volunteer for REGARTLESS , where my desires were converted to reality. My experience with REGARTLESS has been excellent. As a graduate, the organization presented opportunities for me to advocate for the sustainable development goals through various innovative projects greatly shaping my career ambitions and personality. Through her flexible work schedule and financial assistance, I was able to complete my graduate program with ease while working. With the small work team we were more like a family which made the work space friendly and comfortable.

Ngusulum Blessing

Volunteer - REGARTLESS

During my time with the United Nations Resident Coordinator’s office in Cameroon, REGARTLESS was our top partner of choice because of her creative and innovative approaches to promoting the SDGs. Totally youthled, the incredible brought in another perspective to teaching the SDGs through Arts and Culture. We did incredible work together such as graffiti – painting  an SDG wall in Bamenda which was shortlisted and published on the global UN web platforms, the first ever shadow theatre advocating for peace in Cameroon, and they even put Bamenda on the top globally during the UN75 survey. I strongly recommend REGARTLESS as your partner of choice for creating the impact you want.

Emanuel Bisila Mfokou

Former communications and partnership officer UN Cameroon

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