Providing access to safe drinking water, improved sanitation,and menstrual hygiene....Show More
Increasing energy access in off-grid areas through New technologies and innovative business models...Show More
Providing education and resources to empower women, improve nutrition...Show More
We give women the power to build businesses and provide for their families...Show More
Improving farmer's practices so they can double their yields though innovative technology...Show More
Improving access to healthcare by empowering mostly female nurses to become entrepreneurs...Show More
Encouraging boys and young men to respect girls and women, and empower them to become allies to the global girls’ rights movement...Show More
Ensuring that girls and boys of all ages, especially the most marginalised, are protected from violence, abuse and neglect....Show More
The humanitarian needs in NWSW is greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) was first identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019 and has spread all over the world.
With this outbreak of COVID 19, the existing gender inequalities and vulnerabilities and risks of abuse is increasing in Cameroon; women and girls may be at higher risk of intimate partner violence and other forms of domestic violence due to heightened tensions in the household and confinement.
We are providing a relief activities & distributing packs. Water, Sanitation & Hygiene: Distributing basic hygiene kits which include soap, face masks, and other items; Installing hand-washing stations in refugee camps. Community Education: Hygiene promotion through constant messaging
Having good mental health, or being mentally healthy, is more than just the absence of illness, rather it’s a state of overall wellbeing. The concept is influenced by culture, but it generally relates to: Enjoyment of life. Having the ability to cope with and ‘bounce back’ from stress and sadness.
We believes that the core of a happy and fulfilled life is Inner Peace reason we mainstream in all our programs training of beneficiaries on simple techniques about developing skills of inner peace
H4BF has learnt from past projects that there is a need for deliberate targeting of women groups with armed forces, as they often do not take part in the formal release and reintegration process. women have specific requirements that need to be incorporated into programme planning to address their specific issues such as: (a) the difficulty of persuading fighting forces to release girls, (b) dealing with consequences of sexual and physical abuse, forced marriage, teenage pregnancy etc., (c) challenges in re-joining their families and communities due to stigmatization and rejection.
Our Implementing strategy ensure that the individual and different needs of girls, boys, and women are taken into consideration and addressed in the various components using a survivor centred and child centred approach.
$20/month will offer her business training and a start up loan to better provide for her family
HOPE FOR A BETTER FUTURE (H4BF) is a not for profit organisation recognized in 2014 per the Cameroon 1992 law of cooperative governing the law of cooperative under authorization number NW/IP/SCOOPS/001/14/232. In 2017 she was recognized as a cooperative with board of directors under degree number 17/182/CMR/NW/38/204/CCA/040000/0400004, to meet up with the developmental challenges facing the Rural Communities in Cameroon, with commitment and professional inputs backed by professional knowledge of the development dynamics of the contemporary Cameroon
In its first 3 years of its existence, H4BF CAMEROON did not only succeed in putting up significant work in various areas of development, but built up models for such activity for replication, as well as has tremendously scaled-up in recent times.
Empowering the most marginalized groups like trafficked children & women, single & destitute women, Internally displaced persons, Refugees, children in difficult circumstances, Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) and other vulnerable groups like those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and relief operations during floods and cyclones are some of the other interventions carried out by H4BF CAMEROON in both urban and rural settings in its operational areas.