About Children’s Home International
Children Home International is an initiative by young professionals from the Central Africa Republic, Cameroon, and Equatorial Guinea. Young professionals comprising teachers, nurses, medical doctors, journalists and community workers with a strong desire to make a positive change in their communities. Children Home International believes investing in children is the answer to every problem we face on this planet. We encourage children especially those living in poverty to step into their greatness, providing them with the opportunity to grow up healthy, educated and giving them the psychological support they need to overcome their experiences and contribute positively to the development of themselves and their communities. Children Home International is registered in the city of Yaoundé, located in the Centre region of Cameroon under the registration number 00000312/ARDA/J06/ALPAS
Children Home International works for a world in which every child can live their potential and contribute positively to the development of their community. Trauma, pain, illness, and poverty are a reality to millions of Children today. We are committed to supporting these children overcoming their challenges and having a better future. We believe when children grow up healthy and educated they naturally contribute to a peaceful future for themselves and their community.
Our mission is to bring real durable change to children living in poverty. We volunteer our services and develop programs in collaboration with children and their communities ensuring the programs are as relevant and accessible as possible. We partnership with contributors and all who play an important role in the lives of children such as parents, teachers, community groups, institutions, international organizations, and governments. This approach help children reduce their daily struggles, invest in their potential, recover from their experiences and gives them the opportunity to build a brighter future for themselves, families and communities