Education for Displaced Children, Cameroon

Project Leader:

Reverend Ndichia Anthony

Father Ndichia Anthony of the Mill Hill Missionaries in the Archdiocese of Bamenda is leading the efforts to help displaced children receive an education. As project leader, he needs financial support to start this program that will provide tangible services, like nutritious meals, school supplies, and spiritual support. Some of the children have never attended classes and it will take some adjusting. Father Anthony hopes this program transforms the children in this community, improving their livelihood and offers hope for a better future. Living, knowing God loves all his children will open doors. Your gift of $25 will help one child attend school.

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$5,014

of $5,000 raised



Anonymous donated $50.

Arkadiusz donated $25.

Deborah donated $20.

Pat donated $100.

Anonymous donated $50.

Tom donated $25.

Larry donated $25.

Anonymous donated $50.

Mary donated $50.

barbara donated $25.

Julie donated $25.

Anonymous donated $50.

David donated $15.

Jarred donated $50.

Mary Ann donated $50.

Mary donated $100.

Leo P donated $50.

Les donated $150.

Mark donated $25.

Edwin donated $50.

Peter donated $50.

Mike donated $15.

Anonymous donated $100.

Anonymous donated $100.

Gilbert donated $50.

Jesse donated $25.

Vicki donated $100.

Hanh donated $50.

Gerard donated $50.

Lauro C donated.

Vicki donated $50.

Jean donated $50.

Ann donated $50.

Dave & Sandy donated $100.

Lois donated $5.

Sarah donated $25.

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Henriietta donated $50.

Meaghan donated $50.

Anonymous donated $10.

Brandi donated $150.

Phyllis donated $50.

Gustavo donated $50.

Paula donated $50.

Marilyn donated $50.

Marilyn donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

Luis donated $50.

Theresa donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

What your donation can do!

  • $20 helps buy complete uniform for two children
  • $50 helps buy school supplies for one year
  • $100 helps pay for one student's tuition
  • $250 helps set up technology


Project Updates

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Education for displaced children in Bamenda Cameroon. Thanks to Missio USA, a number of beneficiaries whose tuition fees were paid have passed their exams in flying colours. To name a few: Ndeh Marie Louis Biology A, Chemistry A, Citizeship B, Economics A, Geo B, English C, Human Biology B, Mathematics C. Chia Lilian Biology B, Commerce C, Economics A, Eng C, Geo C, History C, Literature C, Logice C, Religion B. Fr Anthony posses a picture with the beneficiaries of Missio USA. Thanks for your wonderful support. Thanks to your wonderful support, children's fees have been paid and they are doing well. Every blessing and warm greetings from Bamenda Cameroon





14 days ago

Back To School 2022: Missio USA Equips Needy Children In Bamenda. Over 100 needy Primary and Secondary School children, mostly orphans and the physically challenged have successfully returned to school in Bamenda thanks to the kind gesture of Missio USA. The children received didactic materials comprising of books, pens, pencils, rulers and sharpeners that help prepared them for the start of the school year. The event that took place at St Edmund’s Catholic Church Mulang saw Father Anthony Ndang giving hope to disillusioned kids whose hope of going back to school was a far fetch dream. Speaking at the donation event, Rev Fr Anthony Ndang cautioned the beneficiaries to be discipline and determined in their studies: “I want to urge you all to work hard in your studies so that one day some of you can become medical doctors, engineers, scientists, teachers, nurses etc. I appreciate the donors and supporters of Missio USA whose generosity has paved a future and added value to our children and their families. Remember that Discipline and determination is the key to success" said Father Anthony Ndang. According to Awah Bradley a 15 year Form Five student, going back to school on his part is now guaranteed thanks to the donation. "I want to thank Missio USA for assisting me with books, pens, pencils, rulers, sharpeners. I'm so happy and grateful; it will enable me to start school, especially during this period of the ongoing crisis. May God continue to bless and protect all the donors for the marvellous work they are doing" he said The sixth year conflict in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon have left many school children helpless each time it’s back to school. Some have been displaced, some abandoned without parents and others forced to now live with a one form of disability. As the struggle to keep children in school continues, initiatives like that of Missio USA have continued to wipe away tears from the eyes of most families and kids in Bamenda. Keep a child at







14 days ago

Dear Missio Family, Warm greetings from Bamenda Cameroon. On the 22/03/22, we finally received your donations to support help displaced children receive an education. A sum of 2,777,000 CFA was received. The project is commencing, and in the days and months ahead, we shall give you details, and stories of the project. Thank you so much for your support and for making an impact in the lives of vulnerable children in the society. More details to follow

5 months ago

Greetings from Bamenda, i sincerely want to thank everyone who has contributed towards this project to help send displaced children to school. It is thanks to your generosity for us to be where we are now. Thank you for blessing someone's future. God bless you

10 months ago

Good morning from Bamenda Cameroon, Thank you every one for giving hope to the hopeless. Thank you for your wonderful spirit of generosity and support. This initiative will bear impact in children's life forever. God bless you all together with your families

11 months ago


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