H4BF at HRO Meeting for NW Suggests Priorities for Humanitarian Aid.

Hope for a Better Future (H4BF) joined counterpart NGOs and other civil society organizations to share ground experiences and views over the crises stricken North West Region and to propose possible achievable objectives within the framework to contain the priorities of the needs of affected persons in the region within a year’s period.

Taking place this Thursday October 10th at the Presbyterian Church Centre in Bamenda, the meeting was primarily aimed at examining, and outlining the various humanitarian consequences in the North West region in particular and to attempt identifying which of the needs the affected persons could be considered as priorities. given the insufficient relief funds to tackle the crisis in the region.

The meeting was attended by the active and concerned NGOs with members of the civil society of the region amongst other arms of UN such as UNHCR. It was chaired by UNOCHA officials, with Hope for a Better Future (H4BF) fully represented. After hours of concessions and work in groups, it was evident that the priorities for the various subdivisions in the NWR varied from one place to another and from one age group to another.

The meeting painted an oblique picture to the humanitarian consequences from the conflict in the North West region, given that the crisis is worsening and in order to counter the situation, there is much to be done on the ground.

In regards, it should be recalled that there has been an ongoing armed conflict on the restrictive NW and SW regions between government soldiers and separatist groups for about three years, causing a massive humanitarian disaster encompassed by loss of lives and property, internally dispersed people and refugees to neighboring Nigeria.

H4BF cameroon bring together artist in Cameroon to advocate for peace via music

In the wake of the ongoing crisis plaguing the English speaking regions of Cameroon with young people including women and children being the most vulnerable and greatly affected groups of persons. Hope for a better Future (H4BF) with support from local and international organizations such as Alert Fund For Youths, Faith in the Commonwealth Youth Network, MasterPeace International, International Cities of Peace, Rotary Club-Kumbo and Peace One Day brought together a dazzling array of Young talented artists and sound engineers from the North West Region of Cameroon to produce a peace song with carefully crafted lyrics.

The song in its entirety including instrumentals and the lyrics stands in the middle, remains non-judgmental resonate Peace and sells peace like a product and seeks to tell Cameroon and the world that we all have a responsibility to make this place a better place and believes it is absolutely a possibility.
“ONE LIFE” is a reflection of passion, commitment, dedication, love and a burning desire for peace in Cameroon and world world at large. It is an apolitical and non-denominational piece of song bringing out the voices of young people who believe it will be nice if there was peace and no one getting killed. It speaks the voices of the voiceless. Listen, Like, Comment and share. Peace!!

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