We visit a Cultural Organization to Present Project AAF for IDPs

Physical identifation of IDPs in Bonaberi for the AAF project funded by the ARDF program of the US Embassy in Cameroon: our founder visits a cultural associations.
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Our founder barrister Marie Abanga accompanied by Ms Estela Mah our volunteer in charge of Admin, today March 1st visited the Lebang Cultural and Development Organization (LECUDO) to present project AAF and distribute IDP identification forms. 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.

Do you want to join us help them?
We can’t do this alone as such we count on your collaboration and support in all forms.

Kindly email us at hope@hope4abusedbattered.com

visit our website www.hope4abusedbattered.com

Give us a call/WhatsApp # +237672576011 and

Support us by mobile money – account name is Hope for the Abused and Battered.
Thank you very much

#idpshavehumanrightstoo
#mentalhealthmatters
#stopthestigma
#USEmbassyARDFgrant
#AAFprojectforIDPsDouala
#thereishope
#hopeforabusedbattered
#attitudeofgratitude

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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.
Do you want to join us help them?
We can’t do this alone as such we count on your collaboration and support in all forms.

Kindly email us at hope@hope4abusedbattered.com

visit our website www.hope4abusedbattered.com

Give us a call/WhatsApp # +237672576011 and

Support us by mobile money – account name is Hope for the Abused and Battered.
Thank you very much

#mentalhealthmatters
#stoptheabuse
#stopthestigma
#USEmbassyARDFgrant
#AAFprojectforIDPsDouala
#thereishope
#bethehope
#H4AB
#attitudeofgratitude

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Gross sexual assault of 3 years old Judy: official case update 21st Feb 2020

The sexual assault case of baby Judy viciously sodomised and raped allegedly by her aunt’s boyfriend in Ebolowa has been ongoing and coordinated by Barrister Abanga Marie Angele who is also the founder of the Association Hope for the Abused and Battered. She is coordinating both the psycho-social and legal aspects in the despicable case on behalf of the Network of Hope and Empowerment Cameroon (NHEC) founded by Ms Mirabelle Sonkey, and her organisation (H4AB).

The baby still has 2 surgeries to undergo with one planned for Thursday the 27th of February and the other a month or two after that one.

We remain committed to seeking for justice for Judy, and all victims of rape in society. Today we are more than ever determined to seek all avenues to accelerate and intensify awareness and sensitization campaigns about such atrocities and the need for a paradigm shift in our collective consciousness.

These past months have been trying for our society with reports of sexual violence committed on women, girls and babies as young as 6 months, and a serial rape of at least 18 primary 6 pupils in a school in Bonaberi Douala.

Sadly, more cases of sexual violence/rape go unreported as some families and communities practice a culture of silence or indifference about sexual violence/rape leaving the victims traumatized.

We appreciate all support received since the start of this case in this first days of May 2019.

Kindly do not hesitate to contact me for further information on how you support the cause by raising awareness too.

Tel/Whatsapp; Momo to 672576011 name of account Hope for the Abused and Battered.

Contact us via our facebook page @TARape or email us through hope@hope4abusedbattered.com
Website is www.hope4abusedbattered.com

Sincerely yours

Marie Abanga
Judy’s case team Coordinator and Lead Counsel

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Serial rape in Douala Cameroon – cry for justice

This is a teacher in a primary school who allegedly raped 18 girls in class six. We are very saddened by media reports that he may have disappeared and the case which was opened earlier this year (although events were brought to the attention of the school authorities before the Christmas break 2019), may remain unresolved. Cases like these leave so many questions unanswered and we begin to have serious doubts about the justice system in our country. Are our daughters or kids for that matter safe in schools again? Click on the link to read more
#joinusmakeadifference
#itsallabouthope
#notorape
#notochildabuse
#Togetheragainstrape

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Creation of Hopeless 2 Hopeful WhatsApp group by H4AB and its Founder

Our founder creates the Hopeless 2 Hopeful WhatsApp group. Do you feel this is just what you needed? Are you in Cameroon and can afford that one time fee of 2k? If yes to both questions, this is for you. Follow the instructions on the flyer, register through SMS or Whatsapp to our number, and once confirmed pay your registration fee of 2000frs Cfa.

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Have you ever thought about the corelation between Domestic Abuse and Mental Health challenges or mental Illness?

Have you ever thought about the corelation between Domestic Abuse and Mental Health challenges or mental Illness? Our founder reflects on that, watch up and connect to support us, thank you:

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1609136665894798&id=100003954406995

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Call for partners for phase 2, of the AAF project for IDPs in Douala – Cameroon

Our founder gives us an update of the AAF project for IDPs which is partially funded by the ARDF program of the US embassy in Cameroon. She makes a passionate plea towards the successful implementation of this Project.

Watch, like, share, subscribe to our channel and do not hesitate to connect to us for further information.

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