Chude Jideonwo, founder of the benefit company focused on building happier flourishing Africans, Joy, Inc. [] has concluded his two month #TheJoyTour with an edition of The Joy Masterclass hosted yesterday at the International Relations Institute, Yaounde, Cameroon.

During the two-month tour, which he kicked off in March with a lecture hosted by happiness professor Laurie Santos at Yale, Chude taught editions of The Joy Masterclass, met with practitioners, made case for happiness, flourishing and emotional well-being in Africa, and shared the Joy, Inc. story across several cities, including Connecticut, Ann Arbor, Miami,Chicago, New York, Cape Town, Buea and Yaounde.

The Cameroon edition of The Joy Tour, kicked off last Wednesday, with The Joy Masterclass Buea hosted at the University of Buea. The Joy Masterclass is an 8-hour session administered for individuals, teams and leaders that weaves the confluence of thinking and research about happiness, human flourishing and resilience – across psychology, economics, divinity and philosophy – into practical lessons, habits and tools that help participants transform their thinking, attitudes and actions.

The Joy Tour – Cameroon also included a visit to the Yaoundé Psychiatric hospital, meeting with neurologists and guest appearances on CRTV Mballa and Studio 106, National Radio Station.