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Welcome to Refugee Welfare Association

Together, We can give vulnerable migrants another opportunity

REWAC is a small indigenous non-governmental organization registered under Cameroon law in March 2009. We are dedicated to actions, activities, projects and programmes that defend the rights of refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced persons.

Join us and be part of the change.

Empowering Lives,

Fostering Dignity, Creating Change


Our mission is to champion the rights and wellbeing of refugees, asylum seekers, internally displaced persons (IDPs), and other vulnerable migrant groups in Cameroon.


Advocacy and Policy

REWAC undertakes multifaceted advocacy and policy engagement to promote the rights and social inclusion of refugees, asylum seekers, internally displaced persons (IDPs), stateless populations, and

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REWAC provides comprehensive services to uphold safety, security and dignity for refugees, asylum seekers, IDPs, stateless persons and vulnerable migrants. Our initiatives include: Operating legal

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Food Security

REWAC provides targeted food and nutrition assistance for refugees, asylum seekers, IDPs and vulnerable migrants. Our initiatives include: Distributing monthly household rations of cereals, beans,

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Health and Sanitation (WASH)

REWAC coordinates essential health and sanitation services tailored to refugees, asylum seekers, IDPs and neglected host communities: Establishing migrant-friendly community health posts in underserved areas

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  REWAC works to increase access to inclusive quality education for refugees, asylum seekers, internal migrants, and stateless children and youth. Our initiatives include: Operating

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Support Resilience Building for SGBV Survivors: Enhancing Social, Economic, and Legal Protection

Your support can transform lives. Here's how you can contribute:

Join us in making a difference! Our fundraising campaign on Global Giving aims to empower survivors of gender-based violence (GBV) through resilience-building programs. Together, we can enhance social, economic, and legal protections for GBV survivors, helping them reclaim their lives and build a brighter future.

Become a REWAC Ambassador

Join our REWAC Ambassador program to become an advocate for our mission. Ambassadors volunteer to spread awareness, recruit supporters, and represent REWAC at events and in their communities. You’ll receive training, materials, and updates to help educate others on the rights of migrants and how to create impact.

Let us know if you would like to get involved and make a difference! We have a place for everyone committed to empowering vulnerable migrant communities in Cameroon.

News and Updates

Hope Delivered: REWAC and the Mobile Telephone Network (MTN) Foundation, Partner to Feed Displaced Families

In a beacon of hope for those facing hardship, the Refugee Welfare Association Cameroon (REWAC)...

Health, Nutrition and WASH: Can You Help a Survivor Heal?

REWAC Trains Medics on the Frontlines of Healing Imagine this: you walk into a hospital, seeking...

Advocacy and Policy: Building Bridges, Protecting Lives

Police Officers Trained on Domestic Violence and Sexual Offenses. In a significant step towards...

Skills Development in Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV)

Imagine a world where communities become fortresses against violence. In Cameroon’s North West...

From the Executive Director

Hope flickers brightest in the face of adversity. This is the spirit that drives REWAC forward as we...

Refugee Welfare Association Partners with MTN Foundation to Provide Food Aid to IDPs in Mendakwe

Refugee Welfare Association Partners with MTN Foundation to Provide Food Aid On Thursday, September...

Organize same sex focus group discussions to elicit perceptions of sexual violence

Same-sex focus groups were one of the strategies adopted by REWAC to address the issue of SGBV in...

Conduct workshops with police officers on DA, sexual offences legislation and related issues

The workshops with police officers on DA, sexual offenses legislation and related issues took place...

STOP GBV campaign using community football as a platform to integrate sport and anti-GBV education sessions

The initiative supports community-led sustainable development through participatory planning...




Mile One – Up Station Bamenda,

North West Region of Cameroon

TEL: +237 677536682



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