Ongoing Projects 

Increased access to quality and Inclusive basic education for crisis-affected girls and boys in safe learning environments in North West and Littoral regions Cameroon

This project targets 6,000 children and adolescents over the period January – December 2021, of which 6,000 (55%) are female. H4BF seeks funding to initiate the implementation of the project by focusing on reaching girls and boys in Wouri and Nkam in Littoral region and, Mezam and Donga Mantung in North West region Cameroon. In total, over 6000 girls and boys will access learning opportunities, including some 500 girls and boys in early learning programmes, 3000 at primary level and some 2500 at the secondary level, in both formal and non-formal education settings. • 6,000 girls and boys will access learning opportunities, including • 500 girls and boys in early learning programmes, • 3000 at primary level and • 2500 at the secondary leve

Cash-based interventions for conflict-affected populations in the Ngoketunja, Bui and Donga Mantung Division, NWR Cameroon.

This project aims to reduce the vulnerability of conflict-affected populations, including vulnerable IDPs, returnees, and host community men, women, boys, and girls, who have been significantly affected by the conflict and the subsequent waves of displacements in Ngoketunja, Bui and Donga Mantung Division. This will be achieved through the provision of multi-purpose cash assistance (MPCA) to internally displaced, host community, and returnee households across Ngoketunja, Bui and Donga Mantung Division. MPCA aims to improve beneficiaries’ access to essential goods and services of their choice, enabling them to meet their basic needs.

Addressing Women and Girl’s Sexual Reproductive Health & GBV Needs in North West and South West Cameroon

This proposed project, intends to scale-up Sexual Reproductive Health and menstrual hygiene Management support and care services for vulnerable displaced girls, young women and women living with disabilities in targeted host communities and selected schools Bui and Donga Mantung in the North West and Meme and Fako in the South West. This will be achieved through strengthening capacity of psychosocial experts and GBV case managers who will response via mobile clinics to survivors of GBV in hard to reach targeted host communities. The project aimed at building capacity of young girls and women (mostly survivors of GBV) with the confidence, knowledge and skills to manage their reproductive and menstrual health challenges safely, with dignity by breaking down stifling barriers to information, supplies and access to services, and thus reducing the dangerous risk that exposes this population.

Improving Access to Quality GBV services and Strengthening Resilience of Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Gender-Based Violence in North West, South West and West Region

On a project that directly benefits 800 female headed families (IDP's) (age 25+), 300 girls(age 15-24) 50 boys (age 18-25), 100 returnees and 50 disabled persons in 20 host communities within Bui, Donga Mantung in the North West region, Manyu and Meme in the southwest and Noun in the West region, H4BF rehearse dignity of vulnerable IDP’s. H4BF will improve access to Quality GBV services and strengthen their resilience, H4BF shall provide standardized dignity kits, access to quality PSS to women, girls, boys, men of reproductive age as well as strengthening their resilience through livelihood support activities.