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"2017 key moments"

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Visiting Bubong

In the month of April 2018, the Foundation discovers brother Bubong, victim of over 3 gunshots, paralysed. We are very touched by his story and elect to give him some assistance and pledge even more. Medical reports reveal that he may never walk again but the Foundation is not giving up. We stay positive

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Bah Median's, The Miracle,

In the month of April 2018, the foundation is met with possibly its greatest challenge after decades of humanitarian work. Median, 15, is shot on the face, possibly several times, and as a consequence, her face is almost completely destroyed. By some miracle, the faceless kid survives and is by our collective effort, maintained alive. She urgently needs a new face as the Foundation is doing all it ca to raise all the money required for her medical evacuation abroad. She will live to recount the goodness of the Lord. She will overcome.

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Sister Odila is Empowered

The Foundation, in the month of April 2018, eopowers sister Odilia Ndosa, widow of 3, under the supervision of our National Coordinator, Mr Francis Ndille (on picture). The victim brutally lost her husband in October 2017 in the hands of the military. She gets a new refigerator and some capital to begin her cold store business and better care for her orphan kids. The Foundation keeps supporting her to the best of its abilities

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Catering for Honorine

In the month of April 2018, the Foundation discovers sister Honorine, 20, who had just put to birt triplets, abandoned to herself in the Amana refugee camp in Nigeria, as she flees insecurity in the anglophone regions of the country owing to the ongoing anglophone crisis. She is under our care

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Third Visit to Refugees,

In the month of April 2018, the foundation visits Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria for the third time and communes with them as it brings to them relief saving materials among others as well as embarks on an educational project for the kids. it sends support to Cross river, Benue, Akwa Ibom and Taraba state refugees.

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Miracle Michael Survives

The Foundation, in the month of April 2018, is confronted with a serious tradegy in deaf and dumb Modika Michael whose entire right foot is shatered by a bullet as he spends over 48 hours in the bush without receiving any medical attention. He is rescued by the efforts of the Foundation which saves his life though his leg ges amputated. The Foundation is looking forward to empowering Michael and getting him well re-integrated into the society

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Orphans keep growing

In the month of April 2018, the Foundation welcomes into the orphanage, two kids in Frank and Hans, both of whom are casualties and displaced persons on account of the ongoing anglophone crisis. They both are doing fine

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Visiting displaced persons,

In the month of April 2018, the foundation visits displaced persons in the littoral region from Ediki in the south west region which persons fled their area of origin owing to insecurity in the area.

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Caring for Jacques

The Foundation, in the month of February 2018, had a serious casualty to attend to in Jacques, a young school kid, who suffered serious injuries owing to a gasly motor accident in which he was victim. He survived

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Widow Sam Soya’s Story

Since the loss of her husband in very tragic circumstances, the Ayah Foundation has been supporting her and kids and it's currently working on a rehabilitation, relocalisation and an empowerment project for the victim and her orphan kids

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George Survives,

Menyong George survives an amputation owing to the huge efforts of the foundation and well wishers after being brutally shot by the military.

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Visiting Refugees in Nigeria

The Foundation visits Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria for the second time in the month of Feruary 2018 and provides to them relief saving materials among others.

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Sister Ordilia Ndosa’s Story

Since the loss of her husband in very tragic circumstances in October 2017, the Ayah Foundation has been supporting her and kids and is at the point of empowering her economically to help her carter for herself and kids

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Eileen’s story

Eileen is a 14year old child whose eye was ripped off by a bullet in kumbo, (North West Region of Cameroon) on October 01, 2017. As of today, the Ayah Foundation has successfully raised about 10 million francs (from the 20 million required) for the upcoming surgeries on her eye and face to be carried out in India.

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Joel's story

Joel is a 31 month old kid awaiting surgery for hydrocephalus. We have been an inteegral part of his life as we look forward to making him healthy and whole again

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Han’s story

Met young Hans in the month of November 2017, after we got news that he was shot on the right hand and as a result, the hand got amputated. Since then, the Ayah Foundation has been fully engaged in his recovery process both financially, psychologically and morally. The Foundation is doing his best to ensure that Hans fully recovers, resumes schooling, and is fully empowered.

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Wirba Bruno’s story

Wirba Bruno is a current detainee of the Kondengui principal prison, arrested and detained on account of the ongoing Anglophone crisis. In the month of January, he was rushed to the Central Hospital Yaoundé from detention owing to the fact that an emergency surgery on him required for hernia. The Ayah Foundation footed the entire bills and did the necessary follow up until the full recovery of the victim.

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Visit to the Yaoundé Principal and Central prisons

Once again, in the month of December 2017, as we’ve often done, the Ayah Foundation visited the said prisons and offered detainees food, medication and basics among others.

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Visit to the Buea Central Prison

Once again, in the month of December 2017, the Ayah Foundation visited the said detention center and offered detainees scores of mattresses, food, basics, medication and water among others.

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Visit to the Bamenda Central Prison

Very recently, in the month of January 2018, the Ayah Foundation visited the said detention center with foodstuff, medication and basics for detainees.

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The Victory story

In the month of December 2017, the Ayah Foundation successfully sponsored the surgery on 11 month old Victory at solidarity clinic Buea, who was suffering from hydrocephalus, until he fully recovered.

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George’s tragedy:

Since the month of October 2017, the Ayah Foundation has been supporting as well as following up the situation of Menyong George who was shot on the leg, and whose leg is in a very critical situation.

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Victorine Mboe’s situation

Very recently, Victorine, over 8 months pregnant, was rushed into the Yaoundé Central prison, unconscious for over 72 hours. Our timely intervention and follow up has restored her consciousness as she continues intensive medical care therein, under our supervision.

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Pa Wassi Federick and Mr Wolem Vitalis story

Father and son respectively, were arrested up in Kumbo in the month of September 2017 and detained in very deplorable conditions until they fell very seriously ill. They were rushed to the Yaoundé central hospital and for over a month now, the Foundation has been taking complete care of them. As at now, February 2018, their health situation has very much improved.

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Daniel Kowana's Story

Daniel, victim of an arson act in their family home is slowly responding to treatment under our care and supervision. We are thankful to God.

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A visit to the Kumba Central prison

On February 3, 2018, the Foundation visited the said detention center in the South West Region and offered detainees foodstuff, basics, some means and medication among others. We equally got to know several projects for detainees therein which will be financed by us for the rehabilitation of detainees.

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Praise's Story

Tegha Praise, our little kid daughter, 8 years old, is awaiting cardiac surgery owing to a very delicate heart condition from which she suffers. It's well with the Lord

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Mama Anne Berry's ordeal

The Ayah Foundation at Bingo hospital Bamenda, providing support to the said victim who miraculously survived a ghastly motor accident in Kumbo, North West region of Cameroon

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Holiday with kids

The Ayah Foundation in 2005, rounding up a 30 - day summer holiday socio cultural and sporting month with kids at Ecole de Poste quartier, Yaounde

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Constant follow-up of our orphanages

The oldest agency of the Foundation is the St Valentine’s Orphanage, created in 1989. It has 2 branches, one in Buea, exclusively for boys, and the other in Akwaya, for girls. Running these orphanages is a permanent challenge which we gladly and regularly do.

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