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Kids in the crisis hit North West and South West regions of Cameroon have been armed with the skills and
Hope For a Better Future Vocational Training Institute has commenced the training of some young Cameroonian youths on renewable energy,
Amadou, a year old kid was on march 4 diagnosed with a potentially life threatening inguinal hernia ( condition in
Hope for a Better Future in partnership with MasterPeace and with funding from the Turing Foundation trained youths drawn from
Hope For A Better Future Vocational Training Institute will in the coming days kick-star a two-year training for over 200
Our volunteer from the United Kingdom, Dan Blackman has ended his two months volunteering at H4BF. During his stay, he
Many IDP and host community households within Nkambe do not have access to electricity or have a limited electricity supply.
Hope for a Better Future (H4BF) announces that it has relocated its office in Mile 3 Nkwen to Up station
After almost two weeks of an end-of-year break, the entire staff of H4BF this week resumed duty for the year
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H4BF Cooperative (a sustainability activity of the organization) BOD and member farmers recently benefited from the restitution of training on
Some community health workers in Donga Mantung recently benefitted from a three-day intense training on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support.
On Sunday the 28th of august 2022, H4BF in partnership with MasterPeace Cameroon, SACOD and Global Alliance for Ministries and
Consultative talks with stakeholders and beneficiary is at the heart of H4BF activities. These consultations are a regular routine that
Do you know that in Cameroon, especially in the crisis hit NW/SW gender inequality, discriminatory social norms, cultural taboos, poverty
We have joined a powerful growing community working to #ENDviolence against children around the world. Together we are showing that
As part of the efforts to achieve its vision: “Improvement of socio-economic status of rural women and wellbeing of children
Having access to a sanitary napkin is one of the most challenging things to afford by a Big Babanki woman.
Men and boys in the Big Babanki within community joined the women and girls to listen to the menstrual hygiene
H4BF conducted focused groups discussions in Kedjom Keku, under Tubah Sub Division Mezam, in a bit to providing access to
H4BF and other NGO's adopts the Standard Operating Procedures for protecting Unaccompanied and Separated Children in North West and South