Despite the persistent nature of the anglophone crisis in Cameroon, Goodness and Mercy Missions continues to be resilient in providing needed assistance hit hard by crisis and offering a door of hope again. We share some photos:
As days pass, we register a lot of progress at the Goodness and Mercy Missions training centre project.
As days pass, the Goodness and Mercy Missions ICT training building at Jinkfuin Village in Cameroon is becoming a success. If you want to know more about the project, contact us at email@example.com.
Goodness and Mercy Missions is constructing an ICT training centre at the Jinkfuin community, Belo Sub Division, Boyo Division of Cameroon. We need more funding to complete phase two of building. If you want to know more about project, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As we approach the New Year, we are even more committed to achieve the goals we have set for 2019. Interested to know what we are up to, please do contact us at Contact Goodness and Mercy Missions.
We celebrate the New Year 2019 by looking back at some of the exciting moments we have had at Goodness and Mercy Missions over the years. It is all a story of success that can be enjoyed by looking at the following links:
Main site: http://www.gmmafrica.org
As we move through the new year, we are even more committed with the work we started in 2007.
Goodness and Mercy Missions continues to serve the rural communities of Boyo Division, Cameroon. This year lots of rural children receive computer training at the Goodness and Mercy Missions’ centre in Belo. The training goes along with hands on business training for rural women. This is through the GMM EnKindle Cameroon business and leadership training for rural women which discovers and ignites their passions. In September of 2017, several young women and men shall be graduating from the computer training program. It is due to our partner, Informatik Afrika- Switzerland that we are able to deliver these services to rural people of Cameroon.
Sponsoring a child ranges from £10 to £27. However this depends on the child you choose to sponsor, the child’s education level, age and the level of sponsorship you wish to commit to. You can refer to each child’s profile page in order to view the details of the child.
A full sponsorship usually ranges from £25 to £27. The full sponsorship includes safe drinking water, clothes, food, schooling fees and required equipment and healthcare for the child.
Some of the children have already attained funds for schooling and therefore the required sponsorship for such children is less than the full Sponsorship. These details can be found on the children’s profile pages. In such a case where a child does not require full sponsorship, you could choose to sponsor between £10 or £15. Please visit Child and Young Mothers Sponsorship for more information.
Since 2007, Goodness and Mercy Missions has successfully provided empowerment and sponsorship to underprivileged persons in Cameroon. It continues its work by sponsoring orphan and needy children in education, empowering underprivileged women make independent financial decisions, has a research library for the community, a computer training and lots of other blessings for the community. This has successfully worked because we have exciting people around the globe who support the work. Feel free to join this team.
You can click the link to find a look at GMM activities since 2007, A Look at Goodness and Mercy Missions Since 2007