The Problem

North and South West Region of Cameroon has become the hub of the crisis as it is home to more than 90% of the 160,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in need of humanitarian assistance; 135,000 are located in Meme Division and 15,000 in Manyu Division. The remaining 10,000 are displaced in the North-West Region. They continue to face hunger and vulnerability. Some women and youths  are forced to use leaves as pads, while some pregnant women are delivering their babies in the bush and dying

H4BF Cameroon is assisting Refugees, Internally Displaced Persons, Host and affected communities to improve their livelihood through varied interventions. Health, Communication For Development (C4D), Education, Water/ Sanitation, Nutrition, Food security and lively hood.

GBV response services by humanitarian agencies/CSOs include:

1-GBV Health Care Services (clinical management of rape, mental health and psychosocial support,etc).

2-GBV Safety and Security(police, safe shelter,safe spaces,etc).

3-GBV Legal Services(justice, legal assistance,etc).

4-Case Management & Psychosocial Support(counselling survivors, follow up, managing individual cases of gbv,etc).

5-Economic Support (vocational training, income generating activities, cash and voucher assistance,etc).