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Humanitarian Action: CCHRHA offers didactics to internally displaced children in Malouir

By Nfor Nkfu Children displaced by the armed conflict in the North West and South west regions living in Malouir, Magba, West region have received school going materials and humanitarian assistance from Coalition Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Assistance, CCHRHA. CCHRHA leadership display donations  This was Tuesday November 1,2022 in a ceremony attended by village authorities of Malouir. According to CCHRHA,the program was carried out in context of it's 'Child back to school' campaign in partnership with Charity Aids Foundation,CAF-America,a US based charity organization. "We are here to continue with our humanitarian activities.We came under our special program'Child back to school",said Nchanji Roland Njeba, Founder/President of CCHRHA. Nchanji Roland Njeba, Founder/President of CCHRHA with the displaced children School kids were handed materials that will enable them go back to school at ease. "We have donated school

Humanitarian Action: SHUMAS Cameroon pulls out, empowers female IDPs from the Douala "jungle"

By Bakah Derick  Not fewer than 35 female internally displaced persons (IDPs) now based in Cameroon's economic capital city Douala as a result of the ongoing armed conflict in the North West and South West Regions now have an opportunity to earn a decent living. The IDPs found their new livelihood following the intervention of Bamenda based not-for-profit nongovernmental organisation (NGO) Strategic Humanitarian Services (SHUMAS) Cameroon.  SHUMAS Cameroon Director Nformi Ndzerem Stephen Njodzeka handing over startup assistance  Handing over financial and material support to the women and girls most of whom are single mothers on Friday 25 February 2022 in Douala, the Director General of SHUMAS Cameroon Mformi Ndzerem Stephen Njodzeka explained why his organisation decided to intervene.   "We visited Douala and discovered that many young women and girls from the English Speaking regions displaced as a result of the ongoing crisis were living under very d