H4BF and partners, begins the rehabilitation of the water catchment in Didango, West region, Cameroon

H4BF in partnership with RDF Cameroon and the community of Didango., for two weeks now has embarked on the rehabilitation of the water catchment as well as all the water distribution and water management systems of this locality. The locality has been experiencing water shortages as well as poor water sanitation as a result of the dilapidated nature of the water distribution systems which is currently rehabilitated and systematically repaired.

The timely intervention of this rehabilitation process will go a long way to curb any possible waterborne diseases in this locality because the abandoned catchment areas and water collection Chambers have been cleaned and enhanced with emphasis to WASH standards.

156 IDP’s and the entire community of over 1500 inhabitants will benefit from the project including the lone health dispensary and a primary school of over 200 pupils which for years have not been unable to have a steady flow of water except for certain months of the rainy season.

Didango is 95% muslim community that is made up of entirely or at least 90% Bororos. It is located some few kilometers from Koutaba, in the Noun Division of the West Region of Cameroon. It has an estimated population of about 1500 inhabitants. Their principal languages are Fulfulbe and French respectively.

Didango surprisingly is a host to a number of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from the English speaking parts of Cameroon who have migrated recently as a result of the security issues and other reasons affecting their lives. The estimated number of IDPs in this locality is about a hundred and fifty six (156 people). They are from both NW and SW regions of the country and entirely Bororos.

H4BF Celebrates International Day of Persons with Disability

H4BF joins the International Community to commemorate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This year’s celebration is under theme: Promoting the Participating of Persons with Disabilities and their Leadership: Taking Action on the 2030 Development Agenda.

The picture is taken Courtesy of: refugeehealthnetwork.org.au

Proclaimed since 1992, this day is aimed at promoting rights and well-being of Persons with disabilities in all spheres of society and development, and to increase awareness of the situation of these persons, in every aspects of political, social, economic and cultural life.

H4BF has over the years strategically developed policy of inclusion throughout all it’s programmes taking into special consideration people of special needs. This has emphatically colluded with the UN central promise of leaving no one behind by 2030.

H4BF this year focuses on the empowerment of persons with disabilities in retrospect with the UN policies, for inclusive – equitable and sustainable development as anticipated in the 2030 Agenda to ” leave no one behind” as well recognizing disability as cross cutting issue to be addressed and considered in the implementation of all H4BF programmes.

Take Action with us On Gender Base Violence (GBV)

Greetings to you. Hope this finds you well.

Gender-based violence (GBV) is a grave human rights violation that can cause long-term and life-threatening injury and trauma to victims/survivors.

It is in this light that H4BF and MasterPeace Cameroon is engaging in an online campaign following the 16days activism with theme #orangetheworld against Gender Base Violence..

How to join the campaign.

  • Get a favourite picture of yourself
  • write a short message or quote about Gender base violence
  • Email both picture and message to h4bfngo@gmail.com

What we do
We design the message side by side with your picture and post in our social media page and tag you.

We design the message side by side with your picture and post in our social media page and tag you.

NB/ When reposing, remember to us the following hashtag #H4BF, #MasterPeaceCameroon, #OrangeTheWorld, #GenderBaseViolence, #GBV,

Join us say no to rape, no violence against women and children. Let’s together contribute to a better world.
Message from.
H4BF Team and MasterPeace Cameroon.

(H4BF) joins partner organizations to kick-start the 16 Days of Activism Against GBV in Bamenda

Hope for a Better Future (H4BF) joins partner organizations to kick-start the 16 Days of Activism Against GBV in Bamenda this Tuesday 26th November 2019.

In a very spectacular and dramatized manner the CBC #GBV Program’s Head during the commemoration and on behalf of all men, knelt and appologised to all women who have ever been/or are still victims of Gender Based Violence. In a bid to seek for solace as perpetrators of direct and indirect gender based violence (GBV) on behalf of all men, he solemnly asked for the women’s forgiveness. The exercise was so much saluted by the women for the sincerity and to show acceptance of apology, he was uplifted and embraced as a sign of forgiveness.

The ceremony was colourfully represented by all civil society organizations both local and international operating in the North West and Bamenda in particular, with H4BF actively present. H4BF was headed by the Founding Director himself, Mr. Ngo Abdoulai Banfogha.

This powerful and spectacular launch gave a spotlight and acted as a platform for most civil society organizations to showcase their activities especially those programs engaged on Gender Based Violence. It also acted as a connection between local organizations to give and gain awareness on the activities of other NGOs operating in the locality.

H4BF continues the week with a huge package of activities strategically designed with focus on GBV. Some of which encompass storytelling from victims, online campaigns, just to name a few.