This project is assisting the widows, families and communities of two literacy facilitators of Bible Society Cameroon who were murdered by Islamic militant group, Boko Haram, in 2020.This project is enabling the two widows and 15 children to be housed, fed, clothed, and educated, as well as receive trauma counselling. It will also train trauma healing facilitators to ensure the broader community can begin the process of healing.
The death of two of Bible Society of Cameroon’s literacy facilitators has been a massive loss, not just to their families but to the translation project in the Podoko language, Parkwa. Other members of the community are also victims of frequent attacks and live in fear, often taking refuge in caves. The people were traumatised by what they witnessed and the stress of hiding out.
If the appeal is oversubscribed or the project changes due to unforeseen reasons, we will reallocate remaining funds to similar projects.