As a result of the ongoing war in Southern Cameroons, many Southern Cameroonians are now refugees in Nigeria. One popular destination in the border town of Ikom, Nigeria.
Currently, over three hundred and fifty displaced secondary school students have been left stranded without school facilities after having been asked to relocate by the new chairman of the local government of Ikom who desires to use the present campus for his offices.
This portion of the campaign is to raise funds to help acquire land for a new school facility that can host as many as 700 displaced children in time for the upcoming academic year
Project SponsorSouthern Cameroons International Town hall
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Writing Materials(500 of 500 available)
Donating as little as just as $10 from your monthly payment will provide the children of our refugees with the necessary basic learning materials they need. Thats why we are reaching to the first 500 Southern Cameroonians.Fund $10 or more
Learning Space(200 of 200 available)
Our children are almost facing eviction from the centre we secured for learning. We are now reaching out to you to help us find a new place for our children to continue their education. Join the list of 200 first donors to make a difference in their lives.Fund $50 or more