Leeiyen

Mission Statement: Hope to the Hopeless Founding vision We hold a vision of a peaceful and united world, wherein individuals and communities are full of hope. Our approach; Building bridges, gender and development, participatory approach and flexible approach to new situations. Areas of intervention; Education, youths and children, health, women, human rights, culture, science and technology, agriculture and relief services. Aims/Activities; As a non-profit, non-governmental, non-sectarian and developmental organization, we seek to: Take care of the dying from HIV/AIDS as well as working to curb the spread of the disease. Facilitate wildlife and environmental protection. Advice covering...

Leeiyen
After Baptist Church Nkwen, Before Njeng Junction Bamenda
Bamenda, North West Region 637
Cameroon
+237 96 48 58 38
http://.www.leeiyen.com

Gilbert Chin

Vise

Management Team

Tegha Emmaculate, Fongang Ebenezar, Kindzeka Bernard, Ngwain Terrance, Beri Belinda, Fongang Ebenezar, Abifeghou Godlove, Lih Monique, Fritz Nyanga, Kigha Frederick, Awantu Edward, Yilareng Yvette, Tegha Emmaculate, Ophilia Bih

Board of Directors

Gumne Marie-Yvonne, Atanga Bernard, Kukah Fonky, Tegha Emmaculate, Kwalar Emmanuel, Azei Ophilia, Romnyuy Christina, Ngwain Terrence, Fongang Ebenezar, Lih Monique, Kindzeka Bernard, Ngwain Terrance, Beri Belinda, Fongang Ebenezar, Abifeghou Godlove, Lih Monique, Fritz Nyanga, Kigha Frederick, Awantu Edward, Yilareng Yvette, Tegha Emmaculate, Ophilia Bih

Mission

Mission Statement: Hope to the Hopeless Founding vision We hold a vision of a peaceful and united world, wherein individuals and communities are full of hope. Our approach; Building bridges, gender and development, participatory approach and flexible approach to new situations. Areas of intervention; Education, youths and children, health, women, human rights, culture, science and technology, agriculture and relief services. Aims/Activities; As a non-profit, non-governmental, non-sectarian and developmental organization, we seek to: Take care of the dying from HIV/AIDS as well as working to curb the spread of the disease. Facilitate wildlife and environmental protection. Advice covering aspects of waste disposal and management. Protection of medicinal plants and endangered species. Aspects of environmental impact assessment of projects and various activities. Empowering women and girls, considering them as an important part of development. Encourage their participation in decision making, promoting reproductive health rights and poverty coping strategies. Advocating for children's rights for protection from all forms of discrimination, education, information and the mental and physical disabled. Fighting child trafficking. Helping to preserve their physical and mental integrity and the purity of their hearts and thoughts. Providing access to education and resources especially for the less privileged, orphans. In the form of specially designed scholarship programs. Alleviating learning conditions and promotes the teaching of information technology in schools. Assisting in the construction of classrooms, school toilets, laboratories, libraries and encourage the start up of community schools. Enhance career orientation. Help in the realization of a malaria research institute. Mobilizing resources for the permanent reduction of the parasite. Assist in conflict resolution to achieve peace using non-violence and indigenous means of solving disputes. Reaching out to the handicapped, disabled and elderly. Working with communities to help them realize portable water schemes, catchment protection and sustainable watershed management. Promote invention and research in appropriate technology and other vital services. As an indigenous organization, we are well experienced in the non-profit and charity sector with several years of practical work. Our staffs are qualified and gifted with the knowledge to deal with pertinent and trivial issues. We have got graduates and personnel with more than 10 years of experience working with local communities in fields such as; Education Youths and children participation Health Women Human rights Culture Science and technology Agriculture Relief services

Programs

Aims/Activities; As a non-profit, non-governmental, non-sectarian and developmental organization, we seek to: Take care of the dying from HIV/AIDS as well as working to curb the spread of the disease. Facilitate wildlife and environmental protection. Advice covering aspects of waste disposal and management. Protection of medicinal plants and endangered species. Aspects of environmental impact assessment of projects and various activities. Empowering women and girls, considering them as an important part of development. Encourage their participation in decision making, promoting reproductive health rights and poverty coping strategies. Advocating for children's rights for protection from all forms of discrimination, education, information and the mental and physical disabled. Fighting child trafficking. Helping to preserve their physical and mental integrity and the purity of their hearts and thoughts. Providing access to education and resources especially for the less privileged, orphans. In the form of specially designed scholarship programs. Alleviating learning conditions and promotes the teaching of information technology in schools. Assisting in the construction of classrooms, school toilets, laboratories, libraries and encourage the start up of community schools. Enhance career orientation.Help in the realization of a malaria research institute. Mobilizing resources for the permanent reduction of the parasite. Assist in conflict resolution to achieve peace using non-violence and indigenous means of solving disputes. Reaching out to the handicapped, disabled and elderly. Working with communities to help them realize portable water schemes, catchment protection and sustainable watershed management. Promote invention and research in appropriate technology and other vital services.

Statistics on Leeiyen

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2010: $45,000
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $75,000
  • Other funding sources: International Organisations, NGO's, Individual donors, government, religious organisations, contributions and income generating projects
  • Religious Affiliation: none