Touched by the sufferings of Internally Displaced Persons who have been forced out of their homes by the over four years protracted Anglophone crisis, these humanitarian actors have reached out to them with food supplies.
The groups, Réseau de la Lutte Contre le Faim, RELUFA and Fu’a Toula Kadji Defosso Foundation, KDF, in their pursuit to kick out hunger, SDG 2 identified and supplied 505 IDP households with food items in four different localities across four regions in the country; Littoral, East, West and Centre.
The donations were carried out in a series of outings from March 6 to 27, 2021.
Touching on the lives of over 3,000 people now resident where they didn’t plan to, food items and non-food items among them bags of rice, spaghetti, cooking oil, sardine, soap, buckets and juice.
These items, REFULA and her partner KDF hope would go a long way to comfort their beneficiaries who are in double distress.
The beneficiaries on their part have not been indifferent about this gesture from their august guests. Their facial expressions were testament enough to the joy and relieve they share towards their gifts.
REFULA remains steadfast in her pursuit to achieve zero hunger in line with vision 2030 of the UN to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs.
It is worth noting that it is not the first time RELUFA in partnership with her associates is assisting internally displaced persons. Other donations had been made in Yaounde and even in other towns of Cameroon that harbor IDPs.
Apart from providing humanitarian assistance, RELUFA is also advocating for an end to the conflict through dialogue to address the root causes that generated the current conflict in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon.