Some community health workers in Donga Mantung recently benefitted from a three-day intense training on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support. It took place from 19th to 21st December 2022 at the BAPCCUL Conference Hall located behind the grandstand, towards the Fon’s Palace Nkambe. Funded by The SERRA FOUNDATION and carried out by H4BF, the training… Continue reading H4BF & Serra Foundation Equip Community Health Workers (CHW) with Skills in Psychosocial Support (PSS)
On Sunday the 28th of august 2022, H4BF in partnership with MasterPeace Cameroon, SACOD and Global Alliance for Ministries and Infrastructures for Peace (GAMIP), launch a new program, PLAY AND FUN FOR PEACE DEVELOPMENT. This program provides the platform and support for crisis affected women and children to lead regular sports in yoga, dance, volleyball,… Continue reading New Program launch, Play & Fun For Peace Development
Do you know that in Cameroon, especially in the crisis hit NW/SW gender inequality, discriminatory social norms, cultural taboos, poverty and lack of basic services like toilets and sanitary products have all caused menstrual health and hygiene needs to go unmet among women and young girls? By donating this NFT, you will help 1 girl/woman… Continue reading Our latest NFTs Collections are Ready!!!! New Way of Giving
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H4BF and other NGO’s adopts the Standard Operating Procedures for protecting Unaccompanied and Separated Children in North West and South West regions of Cameroon Regarding the working procedures for the care and protection of unaccompanied and separated children (UASC) as part of the child protection response in North West and South West regions of Cameroon.… Continue reading H4BF, UNICEF and other NGO’s adopts the Standard Operating Procedures for protecting Unaccompanied and Separated Children
In last mile communities in Cameroon, the average student to teacher ratio is 50 to 1. Our partner schools are poorly supplied with resources and the majority of them are without electricity. Children are literally left behind in the 21st century, struggling to keep up literacy levels and not being exposed to computers, they lack… Continue reading H4BF Empower, Engage, Educate adolescents in Bamenda