Program Director: Mrs. Esther H Ndichafah
Area Served: Center, Northwest and Southwest Regions of Cameroon
Mission: The program provides medical, psychosocial, educational, and spiritual care for individuals. It is open to all persons irrespective of tribe, race, status, sex, or religion, with emphasis on the underprivileged, prisoners, widows, orphans, handicapped, traumatized and the homeless.
Hope Services plans to build a vocational training and empowerment center in Bangolan Village.The center will be a place for the women, youth, and other members of the community to learn basic education and self-sustaining skills. The project will be in phases, but the goal is to raise enough funds to cover the first phase of this project.
In the city of Douala, Cameroon today there was a little boy born. We’ll call him Samuel. He is fighting for his life, as is his 14-year-old mother. Why? His mother, we’ll call her Sarah, has no job. No husband. No family to support her. She struggles just to get...read more
In Cameroon, there is a shocking dearth of clinics and health care facilities for the country’s most vulnerable – impoverished infants, children and new mothers, particularly girls under 15 years old. It’s a dearth that leads to death. For more 20 years, Hope Services...read more
Hope Services in Yaounde, Cameroon was founded in 1994 with a mission to provide economically disadvantaged children, women and men with affordable health care services, and free treatment for those with no ability whatsoever to pay, to hundreds of thousands of...read more