The regions of Cameroon where CameroonONE & ONETrack International operate are in a state of emergency. Every day, families in these areas are facing unimaginable violence. This is a result of the Anglophone Crisis, a conflict between the English and French speaking populations in Cameroon.
Due to this crisis, we have seen an extreme increase in our program of orphaned newborn babies and young children diagnosed with severe sicknesses. As a result, we have begun an ambulance service initiative to transport these children and other community members to the Bamenda Regional Hospital where they can be treated and then transported back to their communities to be reunited with their families.
In troubling times, resources for these special projects are limited. If you or those in your community are looking for ways to ensure the safety of children affected by the Anglophone Crisis, continue to support our programs!
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