One child, one family, one community ...
GivHOPE mission is to reduce extreme poverty among vulnerable persons such as street children, abandoned children, families at risk (Widows and orphans), school dropouts, single mothers entangled in health facilities, the Covid-19 affected elderly people and internally displaced persons (IDPs) through education/health, apprenticeship, vocational training, capacity building, empowerment, income generating activities, job placement in the job market or self-employment, food banks, including access to at least the basic needs (food, shelter, clothing and vital resources).
Pieume Helene, who Founded GivHOPE in 2014 believes GivHOPE project falls in straight line within the framework of government’s guidance and the strategy set up in the Cameroon’s Vision Document for Development Horizon 2035 on the one hand and the Cameroon Strategy Document for Growth and Employment 2035, (DSCE) on the other.
GivHOPE wants to break the silence and takes the lead in the fight against social exclusion of these vulnerable persons by the implementation of local and innovative initiatives, including via the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Help vulnerable families
Help the vulnerable families such as street children, widows, orphans, dropouts, Covid-19 vulnerable people and IDPs
GivHOPE searches for key individuals, groups and institutions that its outreach and advocacy programs for street children, IDPs, dropouts, C19 infected/affected people can engage with
GivHOPE wants to break the silence and takes the lead in the fight against social exclusion