GivHOPE visited Beatrice early this month and promised to give her more means to be self-employed. She had a counter at a Yaoundé urban market but with just one kind of foodstuff. Beatrice’s story, narrated by her big sister, Micheline, was a pathetic one that couldn’t leave us indifferent even thought she was older than GivHOPE age range for financial aid which is 11-35. Beatrice is a single mother of two children who lives with her big sister who is also a single mom of 5. She lost her sight due to sickness because she couldn’t afford to pay her surgery fees. Finally she became completely blind and abandoned to herself when her sister rescued her. Good fighter, Beatrice got our phone number from NB ONE Radio when we were on the air in a program entitled “Droits et Libertes”. She called us up as soon as the program ended and we promised to visit her. Her story was so heartbroken that we could not help consoling her by giving her the means to become food vendor. She now has a well furnished counter where she can sell all kinds of foodstuff to support herself and her two kids. Beatrice has become an income generator, making her dream come true.
Breathing life into the future of underprivileged youths with a simple action, together we can make a huge difference in their lives! Come join us in this noble cause so that together we give them hope. If you don’t help care for them, who will? Should you want to pledge, please visit our website at www.givhopeafrica.org and hit “Donate now”, knowing that all donations to GivHOPE are tax-deductible under the US IRS 501 (c).