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.
While the AIDS epidemic may have fallen off the front pages in the United States, it remains an urgent and critical problem around the world – particularly in sub-Saharan Africa – causing millions of children to lose one or both of their parents at a very young age,...read more
Any child living anywhere in the world is destined for a life of poverty without an education. Nowhere is that more true than in sub-Saharan Africa which in no way could be described as “a land of opportunity” for those who can’t read or write, add or subtract of have...read more
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