Responsible Church Partnerships
Tel. 061 260 23 37
Project Number: 134.1001
In the cooperation program, all Mission 21 projects in Cameroon are bundled and focused on a common goal. This strengthens the impact of the individual projects. By donating to the cooperation program, you enable your donation to flow into those projects in Cameroon where the money is most urgently needed.
As early as 2010, Cameroon set itself economic growth targets that were to be achieved within three to four years, but they have not been met to date. Cameroon is considered one of the most economically hostile countries in the world because of corruption, mismanagement and non-transparent legal proceedings. The discrepancy between rich and poor is growing. The consequences are social tensions and a threat to peace, partly because the Islamist terrorist organization Boko Haram, which originated in Nigeria, commits acts of violence in northern Cameroon and any political opposition is suppressed. Since 2016, however, the most virulent conflict has been the central government's dispute with the English-speaking population in Cameroon's southern and northwestern regions. The state army fights groups of separatists with ferocity, and the population suffers from the conflict. In 2022, there were more than 573,900 internally displaced persons and more than 400,000 returnees in the Anglophone regions. In total, 1.5 million people need assistance. Mission 21 has already launched a 2018 Emergency aid program launched.
The Presbyterian Church in Cameroon (PCC), the Protestant University of Central Africa (PUCA) and Aid International Christian Women of Vision (AIChrisWov) contribute to a qualified discussion of values in society. Through their projects, these and other partner organizations of Mission 21 help many people in Cameroon to live in dignity.
Since April 2016, the coordinator Lumumba Mukong has been in charge of all projects supported by Mission 21 in Cameroon. He completed his master's degree in agricultural economics in England and subsequently worked for various NGOs in Cameroon.
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