Increased access to quality and Inclusive basic education for crisis-affected girls and boys in safe learning environments in North West and Littoral regions Cameroon
This project targets children and adolescents which 55% are female. H4BF focuses on reaching girls and boys in Wouri and Nkam in Littoral region and, Mezam and Donga Mantung in North West region Cameroon. Girls and boys access learning opportunities, including girls and boys in early learning programmes, at primary level and at the secondary level, in both formal and non-formal education settings.
Cash-based interventions for conflict-affected populations
This project aims to reduce the vulnerability of conflict-affected populations, including vulnerable IDPs, returnees, and host community men, women, boys, and girls, who have been significantly affected by the conflict and the subsequent waves of displacements. This is achieved through the provision of multi-purpose cash assistance (MPCA) to internally displaced, host community, and returnee households. H4BF aims to improve beneficiaries’ access to essential goods and services of their choice, enabling them to meet their basic needs.
Improving Access to Quality GBV Services and Strengthening Resilience of Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Gender Based Violence
On a project that directly benefits female headed families (IDP’s) (age 25+), girls(age 15-24), boys (age 18-25), returnees and disabled persons in host communities H4BF rehearse dignity of vulnerable IDP’s. This is done through provision of standardized dignity kits, access to quality PSS to women, girls, boys, men of reproductive age as well as strengthening their resilience through livelihood support activities.
In partnership with MasterPeace Foundation, Turing Foundation and, H4BF through her skill training center HOBEFI is training 300 young people especially girls in the growth areas of sustainable energy and ICT. It is involving at least 30 companies in the training programme so that the content is in line with market needs.