We Care Foundation Activities

We care foundation activities are focused on Supporting Children, Youths and Adults For a Better Tomorrow

Since inception in 2022, WCF has been actively engaged in realizing its objectives. This consist of several activities in the form of workshops, capacity building, donations and vocational training some of which are demonstrated below.

1. Distribution Of Food, Clothing, And Essential Supplies To Those In Need.

2. Humanitarian Aid Missions In Crisis-affected Areas

3. Educational Workshops And Outreach To Discourage Drug Abuse And Delinquency In Schools.

4. Advocacy And Awareness Campaigns For Social Justice.

5. Counseling And Support Services For Those Affected By Crisis.

6. Community Projects To Create Safe Spaces For Children And Families.

7. Collaborative Efforts With Other Organizations To Amplify Our Impact.

8. Support Programs For Women, Children, And The Elderly

9. Community Peace-building And Awareness Campaigns.

Other Activities We care About

Promoting Community Wellbeing

The capacity building workshop commemorating the 39th international women’s day in the Douala IV community Theme “Inspired Inclusion” was celebrated on the 8th of March . On this day, the credit Manager of MUFFA micro-finance Douala IV branch(Mr Yessi Winifred Magho) was present with her assistant to educate the women on economic empowerment and the possibility of obtaining a loan at an interest rate of 1%.

Counselor Engr. Daniel Cho Awah of “DREAMS” also graced us with his presence as he sensitized the women especially widows in this municipality on how to overcome the loss of loved ones and a proper re-insertion into the community which went along with the theme “inspire inclusion”.

Finally Dr Azinwi Ngumis closed the workshop with a talk on mental Health and personal Hygiene, Menopausal issues and prevention, cervical cancer and prevention and urinary tract infections and prevention.

Creating Compassion, Empathy and Love

We Care visited the St ARNILLE MARIE ORPHANAGE and sharing with the widows of Douala IV community. Also, the visit at the Case des Agnes Orphanage in Zamegoe in the outskirt of Yaoundé was also heart warming.

showing empathy and love towards the less privileged
Charitable Projects

The Provision of a save place for IDP girls

The Provision of a save place for IDP girls and empowerment through Vocational training and easy to learn skills, settlement and follow-up in collaboration with our partners is an achievement for WCF.

Our Partners

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