FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON

by NDES FOUNDATION
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FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON
FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON
FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON
FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON
FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON
FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON
FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON
FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON
FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON
FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON
FEED 100 IDP FAMILIES IN CAMEROON

On the 12th and the 26th of February 2022, NDES foundation delegations in the South and North West Regions in Cameroon engaged in another humanitarian food distribution to the underprivileged in the Muea and Mbengwi Communities, Fako and Momo Division of Cameroon respectively.

The Muea and the Mbengwi community leaders appreciated the NDES foundation for always remembering the underprivilege in their communities. After their speeches, the sharing committee immediately started sharing the food with the beneficiaries. Some of the beneficiaries gave a word of thanks, appreciating the foundation and were excited for the great and wonderful things that the NDES foundation has been doing to their community.

We want to continue to thank all our donors as we continue GIVING FOR THE GREATER GOOD.

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On the 26th of February 2022, another delegation of the NDES foundation in the North West Region of Cameroon had once again engaged in another humanitarian food distribution to the underprivileged in the Mbengwi Community, Momo Division of Cameroon.

The representatives of this foundation arrived at the venue at 10 am, with bags of rice, salts and a carton of Maggie cubes to be shared equally amongst the beneficiaries. After the distribution of these items, a Thanksgiving song was sung by one of the beneficiaries. Later on, two beneficiaries thanked and expressed their deepest gratitude to the NDES foundation for the unlimited support they have been giving them, especially in times of need.

Pictures were taken and the event finished at 5 pm with a closing prayer from one of the beneficiaries

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Muea to the underprivileged. Humanitarian aid can take various forms such as donation of money, clothes, foods items, sending of essential goods and equipment. The representatives of the NDES foundation and a new volunteer arrived at the venue at 9 am with seven bags of rice, four bags of salt, and 1 cartoon of Maggi cubes. The items were shared and put into bags for easy distribution and each bag contained ¼ rice, 30 Maggi cubes, and salt.

By 12noon, the beneficiaries arrived at the venue and the event started at 1 pm with an opening prayer from ma Susan. The secretary of the foundation gave a rundown of the program, she stated why the foundation was created and she welcomed everyone for honoring the invitation of the foundation. Then the vice president of the foundation was called up to better explain what the foundation was all about, she stated the origin and also the founder of the foundation who is also the president of the foundation. The president welcomed everyone through phone calls and presented the items to them and wished them a happy and prosperous new year.

The Muea community leader appreciated the NDES foundation for always remembering the underprivilege in the community and also said may the Almighty God continue to bless their good works. After the speech, the sharing committee immediately started sharing the food with the beneficiaries. One of the beneficiaries gave a word of thanks, appreciating the foundation and she was so excited for the great and wonderful things that the NDES foundation has been doing for their community.

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The Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon has caused thousands of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from the NW and SW regions to settle in various capital cities across Cameroon under deplorable living conditions. This project shall in addition to training, starting up small income generating businesses, identify and distribute bags of rice and basic food necessities to more IDP families whose family heads are single mothers or widows living in the capital cities of Bamenda and Buea

NDEF team went to Angah, Soh and Mbengwi in the North West Region of Cameroon and Muea in the South West Region of Cameroon where they met the village quarter head and presented food stuff to be distributed to the villagers. 

This February the 6th and 12th 2022, NDEF plans to distribute food to IDP's in Bamenda and Buea respectively.

We want to take the opportunity to thank all our donors and volunteers as we continue GIVING FOR THE GREATER GOOD.

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The Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon has caused thousands of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from the NW and SW regions to settle in various capital cities across Cameroon under deplorable living conditions. This project shall in addition to training, starting up small income generating businesses, identify and distribute bags of rice and basic food necessities to more IDP families whose family heads are single mothers or widows living in the capital cities of Bamenda and Buea

NDEF team went to Angah, Soh and Mbengwi in the North West Region of Cameroon and Muea in the South West Region of Cameroon where they met the village quarter head and presented food stuff to be distributed to the villagers. 

This December 2021, NDEF plans to distribute Christmas food to IDP's in Bamenda and Buea.

We want to take the opportunity to thank all our donors and volunteers as we continue GIVING FOR THE GREATER GOOD.

 

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NDES FOUNDATION

Location: Buea, South West - Cameroon
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Project Leader:
Enyih Stanley
Buea, South West Cameroon
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