Hello just in case you may be wondering what H4AB has been up to lately, we want to update you on our recent activities and ongoing project in the village of Mangamba. Our founder was led to this village at the beginning of this year for a different project she had in mind and once […]
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Let’s talk about Depression and Stigma.
Depression is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest. Also called major depressive disorder or clinical depression, it affects how you feel, think and behave and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems. You may have trouble doing normal day-to-day activities, and sometimes you may […]
It’s World Human Rights Day
H4AB Awareness and Anti-stigma campaign for mental illness
#mentalhealthawareness #mentalillnessawareness #breakthestigma #Mentalhealthmatters #morethanadiagnosis. As a build up to World Mental Health day 2020 on the 10th of October, our Founder is launching an Awareness and Anti-stigma campaign for mental illness’. In her words: “I just want to reiterate that although I was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in 2014, I am not […]
Mental Health Matters Open Day: HAF Founder/promoter delivers a moving presentation
We organized the first mental health matters open day in the city of Douala Cameroon on the 11th of June 2020. During the event, the founder and promoter of the Hope Alive Foundation a partner of ours gave a moving and thought provoking presentation. We have a civil crisis in our country since 2016 and […]
Covid-19 Pandemic and a surge in Domestic abuse.
Domestic abuse has recently increased at an alarming rate since the start of this lockdown. Couples who are now forced to stay at home get involved in more quarrels and fights and these may lead to more domestic abuse than happened previously. While we don’t have statistics for Cameroon, a recent article by the Scottish […]
Our founder goes nude to raise awareness to a form of blackmail and in solidarity with victims
Resorting to blackmail using nude pictures and videos of individuals is not only morally wrong but also a human rights violation involving emotional, sexual and financial abuse. Exposing one’s nudity to the public goes against public decorum and may greatly affect the person concerned in several way. For these reasons, it’s particularly vital to fight […]
Intra-Family Sexual Violence. Could there be a risk of increase during this period of the Covid-19 Confinement?
Our founder Barrister Marie A Abanga will be live on Radio Mirror today Thursday 23rd, April 2020 from 3-4PM on the program ‘Ici le Cameroun’. To get more insights, tune in to Fm 93.7 Mirror Radio TV and get more scoops on sexual violence during this confinement period of COVID-19.. She will be reflecting on […]
Mental health matters during this Covid-19 outbreak pandemic
Our Founder on April 21st will be attending a Webinar Series on mental health and Covid-19 organized by Lancet Psychiatry, Mental Health Innovation Network, MHPSS.net and United for Global Mental Health. Covid-19 has been around for about 4 months and has brought a lot of panic and frustration to many people. It has also emitted […]
Let’s Talk COVID-19 Pandemic, Violence, Child Rape and Other Family Conflicts
Our founder Barrister Marie Abanga (aka MAG), will be live on Fm 93.7 Mirror Radio TV on Thursday the 23rd of April, 2020 at 2PM to lead discussions on Rape, Violence and other family conflicts during this period of confinement. Ms MAG will shed light on her experience in the domain of rape and advice […]