My country Cameroon is nicknamed "Africa in miniature" because of the diversity of its people, culture, and ecosystem. But in 2016 protests erupted in the English speaking parts of the country because of the unfair and unequal treatment of their citizens in this English and French speaking country. The situation has escalated to a fully violent war environment in the North West and South West Regions of the nation. Since 2016, families from the two English speaking regions of Cameroon have been caught in fighting between separatist forces and government troops. The fighting has brought most economic activities to a total halt, medical centers, and schools shut down for almost three years today. According to UN estimates more than 437,000 people are currently displaced in Cameroon, 246,000 of them in the Southwest Region, 105,000 in the Northwest Region, and 86,000 in the Littoral and West Regions.
We of the Sundrop Initiative are raising funds to support hundreds of internally displaced families who are currently struggling to afford basic needs as food, medical care, and shelter, resulting from the civil unrest that has destroyed communities and the economy. The lack of political will to resolve the crisis has caused loss of civilian lives, displaced many families and deprived kids of educational opportunities. It has destroyed communities that used to be food sufficient, but today can no longer afford basic life necessities.
Want to join me in making a difference? I'm raising money to benefit these displaced families to provide food assistance to as many displaced families as I can and your donation will help make an impact. Please your donations is from your heart and anything no matter how small it is will go a long way to help a family.
Many have lost loved ones to this crisis, we continue to see families struggle and it’s so difficult to be indifferent in moments of need.
Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to me. May God bless your giving. Please help share my Gogetfunding drive.
Every support goes directly to help these people
PS...To learn more about the Cameroon Anglophone Crisis, please read below:
The Washington Post Paper of Feb. 5, 2019 (link below)
The “International Crisis Group” publication of May 2, 2019 (link below)