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) joined forces with MTN Foundation to deliver essential food aid to internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Mendakwe. A critical donation reached 54 IDPs and persons with disabilities residing at the Bamenda I municipality in Mendakwe Fon’s Palace. Bags of rice, cooking oil, and other vital nutritional items were distributed, providing much-needed support to a vulnerable community.

A Lifeline in Challenging Times

This act of generosity comes at a critical juncture. IDPs and PWD in the region have been disproportionately affected by conflict, facing immense challenges in securing basic necessities. REWAC and MTN Foundation’s intervention ensures these families have access to food, a fundamental requirement for health and well-being.

The Power of Collaboration

The collaboration between REWAC, a dedicated non-profit, and MTN Foundation, a corporate social responsibility leader, exemplifies the power of partnership in addressing community needs. By combining resources and expertise, they were able to deliver impactful aid directly to those who need it most.

A Spark of Gratitude

The recipients of this vital support expressed their deepest gratitude for REWAC and MTN Foundation’s compassion. This initiative serves as a testament to the enduring spirit of humanity, even amidst difficult circumstances.

More Than Just a Meal

This food distribution is more than just a collection of groceries; it’s a lifeline for displaced families struggling to survive. It’s a message of hope, a reminder that they are not forgotten, and that there is support available during challenging times.

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