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A reality, COVID 19!

EMPOWERING RURAL COMMUNITIES AGAINST POVERTY AND HUNGER

Because Only Together We Can Fight illegal Migration and Build the Nation,

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EVEN IN THE CRISIS

our strategy

We believe that when people have money power, they can handle food, education, and health needs themselves. The Rural Help Project eradicates poverty and hunger by working with partners around the world to promote policies and expand access to child education, training for jobs, health promotion, business startups empowerment.

RUHELP HEALTH CENTER

Health promotion

RUHELP FARM

Agribusiness

RUHELP PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE

Skill Building for self employment

Impact Stories

Glory’s Been A Migrant Sex Worker Since She Was Just 14

My parents did not send me to school due to poverty. They had to chose a husband for me at age 12. I could not bear this abuse. Every evening i accompanied Chantel to a nearby  night club. We could dance, eat and play with boys. I started developing interest in her job as a prostitute. At age 14, one travel agent issued me a  free visa to travel out of Cameroon for a sex job. I was  tested HIV positive at age 15. I was repatriated to my country of origin. In search for treatment while in Cameroon, i got in touch with The Rural Help Project that build skills and offers Health Care services… I am now  an Entrepreneur living with HIV/AIDS  thanks to The Rural Help Project…

A Brighter Future — For Cameroonian youths

As a secondary school student, my boyfriend usually takes me out during break for a snack and smoking party. I became addicted to smoking marijuana. I had to go late home because the odor  of marijuana must expire on me so as to enable my parents not to notice my smoking attitude. One day, my mother discovered a change in my behavior, she had to interview me and later discovered i had a mental disorder.  She became strict on my frequent late coming after school. I could not bear her strategy. I decided to join the street girls who drink and smoke like me. My mental problem became worse until i had to be picking papers on the road and eating from trash cans. The local Government Council arrested  me and took me to a psychiatrics center. While in the center, counselors from the Rural Help Project visited us for lectures once a week in rehabilitation groups made of mental health patients. Today, i am well, no longer smoking  and now living with my parents. I am under the mentorship of The Rural Help Project as i pursue my under graduate program in the university.

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ATAP PRESCIOUS ANDUGA.

Anduga is a 9-year-old class 4 pupil. She is
a native of EKA vilage in Widikum-Menka
sub Division of Cameroon.
Anduga is an internally displaced(IDP) child
due to the civil war in the anglophone
regions of Cameroon.
In 2017, their family house was burnt to
ashes in the struggle.
In 2018, they left for Douala to be living
with her aunt for refuge and sponsorship.
Her finanacial situation could not permit
her to spornsor them and her own
children.
Anduga and her 3 siblings stayed for 2
years without going to school.
In the accademic year 2020/2021, her
parents struggled to raise 50,000frs for
them to be registered in school again.
Anduga and siblings strain a lot to get
food, clothes, shoes, uniform, books, and
school bag.
Her report card for last term was withheld
because she still owes school fees.
Anduga is ambitious to work hard in
school to become a future journalist.

BECKEMA ANGANG

Beckema is a 7-year-old class 2 pupil.

He is a native of EKA vilage in Widikum-Menka sub
Division of Cameroon.
BECKEMA is an internally displaced(IDP)
child due to the civil war in the anglophone
Regions of Cameroon.
The mother of BECKEMA is Mentally
deranged due to the effects of long standing
epilepsy .She has been suffering from
epilepsy for over 20 years.She has two
children out of wed luck including BECKEMA.
BECKEMA started school in his native village
EKA.
In 2017, the civil war that let to the closure of
schools in the North West Region of
Cameroon affected BECKEMA as he could
not go to school for three years.
In 2021, he left for Douala to be living with his
uncle for refuge and sponsorship. The
financial situation of the uncle could not
permit him to spornsor BECKEMA .
BECKEMA,s age and class mates are already
in class 4. BECKEMA has a younger brother in
the village who is not also going to school.
BECKEMA strain a lot to get food, clothes,
shoes, uniform, books, and school bag.
The uncle managed to register him for the
2021/2022 academic year but could not pay
the tuision fee. BECKEMA was driven for fees
on 13/10/2021. Currently,he is at home.
BECKEMA is ambitious to work hard in school
to become a future hotel and restaurant
services specialist. The monthly donation will
help put a smile on his face as he pursues
education for this future job.

Meet Our Leadership

Local communities, Individuals and partners are integrated in decision making. The idea of everyone counts. What a Man can do, a woman can do it better 

Mr. Atong Isaiah Agu

Founder

Mrs. Comfort Njoka

Field Supervisor

Br.Angoh Jacob Angoh

Legal Advicer

Mrs. Ntah Henrietta

Secretary

HN. Abi Francis

chairperson, Board of Directors

Would you like to start a project with us?

Please do contact us immediately. We are ready to provide you more information.