GivHOPE Africa is regularly registered under the Cameroonian Declaration of creation dated January 12, 2017 no. 0000028/RDA/J06/SAAJP/BAPP, revised on October 13, 2020 under no. 00001469/RDA/JO6/SAAJP/BAPP and also designated as a tax-exempt Private Non-Profit Organization under IRS Code Section 501 (c) which makes your donation to GivHOPE Africa tax-deductible. Its mission is to promote and ensure the overall coordination of concertized activities/mechanisms of social protection of vulnerable persons such as street children, IDPs, orphans, widows, dropouts, covid-19 victims and single nursing mothers through multiform assistance (Grants for income generating activities, in-kind donations, education, health, etc.).

GivHOPE Africa way builds up individual responsibility that gives these vulnerable households and their communities the commitment to walk through life with a sense of pride and achievement. In short, its mission fills up the gap with an innovative approach based on preventive measures to keep them through advocacy, awareness, capacity building and empowerment strategies jointly with their families and communities, including a mechanism of follow up and post evaluation upon completion of plana of action. GivHOPE Africa 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.

Food bank to 14 neighborhoods in Yaoundé: Mokolo 7

With the coronavirus outbreak these days, GivHOPE Africa needs ambitious preparedness plans to be implemented very quickly as disaster relief programs for food security to the elderly persons and others who have been confined due to lockdowns of schools, grocery stores, job disruptions and health risks. To combat these shortages, GivHOPE Africa is implementing awareness campaigns and food bank strategies Caravan that provides food and other urgent services to the elderly and those in need. The goal is to mitigate hunger and poverty in our communities, fill the basic needs of hungry and at risk people, empower them through social service programs and raise awareness about this pandemic. The project concerns Douala and Yaoundé that have registered the biggest number of people infected or affected by COVID 19.  GivHOPE Africa has already helped more than 1000 households in seven Yaoundé neighborhoods. We look forward to reaching out to 17,000 targets in these two cities. As you prepare yourself, your families, your coworkers and others to this unprecedented emergency, take a moment to help us do the same for the neediest in our communities at  and proceed accordingly.