H4BF Condemns the Killing of a Humanitarian

Mr Pascal Ngwayi (Deseased)

In strongest terms possible, H4BF condemns the killing of Mr. Pascal Ngwayi of COMINSUD – a Local NGO based in Bamenda.

He was abducted and later shot by armed men in the Donga Mantung Division of the North West Region, Cameroon on November 30th. He was on duty carrying out humanitarian assessment to ensure that the needy people receive timely and appreciate support.

Mr Pascal Ngwayi (Deseased)

H4BF joins the UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Cameroon to call on parties to respect humanitarian principles and the Geneva Convention on the prohibition of attacks against humanitarian work force and their installations.

We send our heart felt condolences to the bereaved family.

Click Here to view UN Letter

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.

Agriculture, food security and nutrition share a common entry point

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