H4BF is a cooperative 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.
To contribute to increasing food security and ending hunger amongst poor peasant farmers by training them on sustainable agriculture and supporting them with micro-credit and materials to set up their farms.
To contribute towards an inclusive and equitable quality education that promote lifelong learning opportunities for all, through continuous improvement of education and training, the construction, rehabilitation, and equipping of dilapidated educational structures and the provision of scholarships to underprivileged children.
Spread of basic and social, environmental education for all children in difficult circumstances.
Greater community participation for basic health care and preventive health education for all
To Ensure the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all through the provision of potable water and construction of toilets with hand washing facilities for rural and urban poor communities, health centers and schools
To Improve the lives of people with special needs through life skills training and other rehabilitation activities so as to enable them to become economically independent.
To mobilize, inspire and connect talents for a sustainable future with less conflict in Cameroon.
To Improve livelihood of IDP and refugees through varied interventions. Health, Communication For Development (C4D), Education, Water/ Sanitation, Nutrition, Food security, GBV response services and lively hood.
Preparing the indigenous communities to take part in building the community to resist the power of exploitation, become economically self dependent, promote, protect and sustain the environment, become politically sensitive and to have better share in the leadership and decision making process.