Through this program, H4BF seeks to provide vocational training to youths especially girls, underprivileged and vulnerable groups such as persons living with disabilities. The aim of the program is to contribute to fight unemployment among youths and increase youth participation in community development and nation building. Through this program, youths are trained and supported to be self-productive and self-employed.
Agriculture, food security and nutrition share a common entry point: “food.” In order to solve the problem of food security and undernourishment, farmers, especially small holder farmers in rural areas have to be taught not just sustainable crop production but also consumption of nutritious food
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H4BF amongst partner civil society organizations conveyed this Tuesday 12th November 2019 at the UNHCR Head Office in Bamenda to plan towards the commemoration of the 2019 edition of the 16 Day Activism against Gender Based Violence (GBV) coming November 26th. This year’s edition shall be celebrated under the theme: “Orange the World – Generation Equality Stands against Rape”.
16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign to challenge violence against women and girls. The campaign runs every year from 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day.
As a result of the insecurity situation in the North & South West Regions of Cameron, It shall be celebrated on Tuesday unlike the rest of the world. The event in Bamenda shall characterize a colorful Walk by the various stakeholders from T-Junction to City Chemist Roundabout amongst other activities that shall be made public in the subsequent days ahead.
There is a lack of energy in certain isolated rural areas in Cameroon and in the whole Africa. Access to electricity improves the way of living of the people. It allows the health centers to have fridges where to keep vaccines, to attend ill people during night hours, permits the schools to give classes during evening hours, develops the economy of the communities affected creating the necessary employment to install, operate and maintain the renewable equipment allowing them to recharge mobile phones or connect machines as pumps, coffee mills, etc.
This project will help in a great way to provide affordable sources of energy to rural communities. These energy sources will help reduce the dependency on non-bio degradable fuels increase the livelihood of the villagers and reduce the environmental degradation.