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                                      Nana Styles "Stitch in Time" Relief  Project"

Poverty remains the most colossal threat to human lives in these impoverished and obscure areas. A dire need to create world awareness and provide support as these areas are left in ruins and complete desolation. 

    January 2015,  A visit to God's first orphanage at Wututo Village. 

                                                    

 

We help the under privileged with the most essential needs such as; food, water, clothing, soap etc. We also encourage other entrepreneurs to follow our foot step by underscoring the significance of community initiatives and free giving in these desperate areas. “A stitch in time safes nine”

Aristotle said:  To give away money is an easy matter, and in any man’s power. But to decide to whom to give it, and how large and when, and for what purpose and how, is neither in every man’s power-nor an easy matter. Hence it is that such excellence is rare, praiseworthy and noble.

                           

 Poor nutrition causes nearly half (45%) of deaths in children under five - 3.1 million children each year. One out of every nine child born in the world die out of chronic undernourishment and malnutrition. 80% of these death happens in developing countries. Hunger continues to take its largest toll in Africa and the most remote places.  

Infant mortality rates, associated with undernutrition in these areas continues to increase by 5% each year. Two thirds of children who suffer from undernutrition do not receive medical attention.                                                      

  

 

December 2014, Muddy and Impasable dirt Road to remote areas

                             

                                                     

Impassable roads are the major challenges facing most support involvement units and cuase the government to overlook these part of Cameroon.  The difficulties and dangers to travel with heavy rains on dirt highly muddy roads make these areas neglected and abandoned by the government. Villages in these parts of the country are left to ruin and self-destruct

 

Nov. 2014 Arriving with support team through the canoe dock

 Making a  tangible difference in energizing and motivating the the drive for community innitiative

 

The inaccessible roads make these villages to be reachable only through the river. Established ground presence of volunteers are ready to effectively and efficiently carry out our relief operations and assist in any way possible to make a difference​.                                              

                                 

Our giving circle involves in welfare relief projects in poorest and hard to reach areas in Africa every year,Helping the under privileged with the most essential needs such as; food, water, cloths, soap etc.

June 2014: Crossing the river to get to the remote village

Building up a synergy to alleviate poverty and promote community initiative through collaborative efforts with other like-minded individuals and corporation.

  

 

Food transportation is often a set back to the fight against hunger. The only passable route to get food supplies to the people of Bafia is through the River which is sometimes risky if the boat is overloaded. There is absolutely no passable road or railway to transport goods and people because of the forgotten and barren state. Poorly maintained roads are a huge problem in many regions where the dirt roads make an area inaccessible and delay any movement of goods.

 

Working together with volunteers  for local solutions drive to solve global struggles from the ground zero.The struggle to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable and long term solutions to hunger and malnourishment as well as meeting immediate needs among the world's poor.The most prudent decision in the struggle for global welfare is made with intelligent giving. A diligently consideration for the WHO, WHEN, WHY and HOWMUCH and WHERE to give provides the framework for charities to distinguish them self and sets a benchmark for life changing impact.  

 

                                                                       

These roads could be a nightmare

The situations arising in these areas is a cause to trigger media coverage and public sympathy to amass a greater level of response by international organizations and by the governments who fund them so a to potentially saving tens, perhaps hundreds of thousands of human lives and untold human suffering.

 

Poverty is profound in this part of Cameroon than elsewhere: The inaccessible roads make it more difficult to lift the average poor person above the poverty threshold. High levels of initial inequality weaken the power of growth to reduce poverty. And much of Cameroon’s growth has been focused in sectors such as mining and petroleum that have little effect on rural areas, where the majority of people poor live.

                                                           

In most remote and challenging parts of Africa  hunger and poverty remain the most colossal threats to humanity. There is a dire need for attention and support to sustain survival in the parts of the world  

Hausa Family Across the Hanging Bridge

 

                                                                                                                            

 

 

December 2013,  Akwaya Orphanage,

  Recognizing leadership prestige in the struggle against hunger and malnutrition to spare despairing lives

Aiding orphan children raised in disadvantage communities by providing supplemental and nutritious foods to sustain wellbeing.

                                                                               

 

                                                        Christmas gift to the Orphanage

                                                                  

Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.

 

Akwaya Village Elders

                                                                                                                           Aristotle said:  To give away money is an easy matter, and in any man’s power. But to decide to whom to give it, and how large and when, and for what purpose and how, is neither in every man’s power-nor an easy matter. Hence it is that such excellence is rare, praiseworthy and noble.

 

                                                           

 

Spreading awareness through images can go a long way to heal and pave a channel for welfare concern and aid

                                                              

It is disheartening to see the poorest of the poor – sometimes three generations of a single family living in the filth, starvation and unimaginable conditions. What a pity in this world of surmounted opportunities. If the fortunate others could only cultivate a morale of consciousness and recognize the essence of giving back it could make life less enduring for others in these remote part of the world.  

 

   

Families rummaging each day through garbage in the middle of the city in search of recyclables that they could sold and traded for food

                                                                                           

Overcoming the impassable roads drawbacks

Undergoing a personal initiative. Putting in considerable effort, Grading and paving the way and making it passable for food distribution poorest of the poor places

 

 

                                                        

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