The Anglophone crises is negatively affecting children, especially girls- children from going back to school and depriving them of proper education, thereby causing illiteracy, early pregnancy, abuse and other injustices among children. The SNCC ambassadors of change in Buea, Cameroon are working hard to ensure every girl- child in this region get both formal and imformal education.
Given the Cameroon crisis, we are at risk of raising a lost generation of unschooled girls. As of May 2018, an estimated 42,500 children were still out of school, according to UN Office for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). Girls in particular are prevented from school. This project will affect more than 300 girls deprived of a chance for proper schooling, as lack of education and a sense of hopelessness create a perfect environment for child abuse, trafficking and radicalization. Save & Nurture Child Care Foundation plan to build learning centers and create environment that produce exceptional girls who will drive change in their communities to support girls traumatized by the anglophone crises in Buea Cameroon.