Train Young Farmers in Cameroon

Project Leader:

Sister Mewoulou Marie Thérèse Brigit

Nearly 7% of the adult population in Cameroon is affected by HIV/AIDS. The impact of this epidemic does not end with the adults. The number of children who have lost one or both parents to AIDS-has increased from 13,000 orphans in 1995 to 304,000 in 2010. The number will rise to 350,000 by 2020. Hope Center in Yaounde, Cameroon, cares for orphans of the AIDs epidemic, and has done so since the late 1990’s. Children who have lost their caregivers due to AIDs are rejected by society and are often unable to attend school. Through a partnership with a school of agriculture nearby, Sister Mare is raising money so that Hope Center children will learn the farming trade on a 2-acre farm. These students will be taught essential skills that will feed their families but also enable them to become leaders in their communities. Give $25 to support this exceptional cause.

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$456

of $5,500 raised



Jean donated $25.

Todd donated $20.

Lorraine donated.

Lorraine donated.

aina donated $50.

John donated $50.

Kevin donated $10.

Andrew donated $5.

Todd donated $10.

Reginald donated $1.

Jesus donated $10.

Fatima donated $50.

William donated $25.

Patricia donated $10.

Somi donated $10.

What your donation can do!

  • $500 Buys bags of seed
  • $5,000 Pays for fees and farm equipment


Project Updates

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Jean donated $25.

36 months ago

Todd donated $20.

39 months ago

Lorraine donated.

40 months ago

Lorraine donated.

41 months ago

aina donated $50.

42 months ago


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