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, Buea, Douala & Yaounde
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 year 2021, NDEF will comtinue its food distribution program as we visit more villages and IDP camps acrose the country.
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