Where ever you are in the world you will be aware from the news that Anglophone Cameroon is going through a very serious crisis where entire villages have been burnt, hundreds shut dead, thousands displaced with no access to basic support. The Agape Self-sufficiency project volunteers for victims of the current Anglophone crisis in Cameroon are raising funds to support the victims and families of the horrific mass shootings going on in the Anglophone region of Cameroon.


The key gaps highlighted during the initial visit to the Ikom refugee camp prompted a basic needs assessment with the outcome being a holistic self-reliant package that incorporates access to food, health, education, community involvement, safety, well-being, income, and employment. Our long-term goal is to equip them with tools to generate income as refugees’ and possibly have a livelihood if and when they eventually go back to their respective areas.

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