Field Visits to identify IPDs by our Founder leave her in tears

Physical identifation of IDPs in Bonaberi for the AAF project funded by the ARDF program of the US Embassy in Cameroon: our founder goes to the field.

Our founder barrister Marie Abanga went to the field herself on Monday the 24th of February to participate in the physical identifation of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the camp at Bonamome in Bonaberi Douala. This is in line with the implementation phase of the Awareness, Advocacy and Facilitation (AAF) project on MentalHealthMatters partially funded by the African Regional Democracy Fund Program (ARDF) of the US Embassy in Cameroon. Our pilot project has as target beneficiaries a total of 500 including children whose birthday certificates are yet to be issued maybe due to the crisis or financial constraints at birth. We look forward to a successful implementation of this project, and its expansion into a programme for hope and sustainability with this very vulnerable and marginalized population in our city. In that camp alone they are over 300 of them, and in the region official statistics from 2019 put them at 25000.
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