Since the start of the arm conflict in Anglophone Cameroon in 2016, an estimated 437,500 in the Anglophone North West and South West regions are displaced and more than 3000 dead. About 32,600 taking refuge in Nigeria.
During and after crises, people may be forced to make hash decisions to survive such as pulling children out of school to work or due to lack of finance as the economy dangles that will have long-term negative consequences. We stand with people force to flee in helping them meet immediate needs and build a brighter future. GWF provides direct assistance for the people as they try to feed their families and find a safe place to live, and we work to improve livelihoods opportunities for long-term economic well-being.
GWF if also committed to helping those who are experiencing or recovering from conflict and disaster reduce their risk of falling ill and receive treatment when they do get sick.
We work tirelessly to offer help that get families get back on their feet, Proving food, Education support to children, clean water, shelter, sanitation and hygiene.