This mountainous region is situated within the Rumpi highlands with its peak called Mt Rumpi, commonly called Rata by the indigents.
This area is inhabited by a Bantu people who originated from the Congo basin of Central Africa. The dialect spoken here is Lolue (a type of Oroko) with about 98% similarity with other ethnic dialects like Mbonge, Bima, Londo, Batanga etc.
DIDECO International, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, as recognized by the US Internal Revenue Service and the State of Georgia. The organization, with sister bodies in Cameroon and across the world, was formed to identify and support development opportunities in the region and empower the indigents to become owners of their future through sustainable development.