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AIDS Crisis Overseas

Gifts support church and community-based programs that address poverty, behavior and other root causes of AIDS transmission. Programs include skills training, education, income-generating activities and Biblically based behavior formation and change. A particular focus is women and families.

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Cameroon Christian College

Cameroon Christian College, also known as College Evangelique de Libamba, was the first secondary school to be opened for Africans in Cameroon. At one time the school was considered to be the "darling of the mission," and there were as many as 11 American Presbyterian missionaries on staff. It is now fully staffed by Cameroonians. While this represents a successful development of Cameroonian faculty, it has increased the burden of staff salaries to be borne by local sources. The needs at Cameroun Christian College are great as it struggles to overcome economic difficulties and a deteriorating infrastructure while trying to ...

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Cameroon--Joining Hands Program

Support for program activities by the Joining Hands partner network in Cameroon focused on environmental degradation caused by oil pipeline and extractive industries, corruption, human rights and food security/sovereignty.

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Disaster Relief--Sahel Region, West Africa

This designated account supplements the One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS) offering to enable a significant response for relief and disasters in the Sahel region of West Africa to include the countries of Niger, North Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal and Mauritania. Your faithful giving is deeply appreciated.

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Food Sovereignty Program, Cameroon

In northern villages of Cameroon recurrent droughts create cyclic food scarcity that threaten local populations. In response, RELUFA member organizations from that region have undertaken a campaign to secure food during the harvest times to store and sell during the lean period. In doing so they also protect local populations against traders who hoard and speculate on the commodities and aggravate the food crisis in the region. Donations to this account are sent to RELUFA to enable it to buy more food for existing granaries or to open new village granaries.

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PCC Education Projects, Cameroon

Through a network of nearly 190 nursery, primary and high schools, the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon offers youth educational opportunities in a Christian environment. The PCC's educational program is well recognized by parents who strive to send their children there. This fund will help the church implement small projects aimed at improving its management, facilities and quality of education.

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Presbyterian Church In Cameroon (PCC), General Support

Gifts aid the PCC to implement or sustain diverse ministries and programs.

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Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Kumba

The Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Kumba trains men and women for pastoral ministry within the Presbyterian Church of Cameroon (PCC). This project supports a variety of needs at the College, including library materials, women's training and academic supplies.

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Regional Liaison For Central Africa/Africa Facilitator for Women and Children's Interests

Jeff Boyd is regional liaison for Central Africa, with special focus on the Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, and Equatorial Guinea. Working with partners in Congo, Rwanda, Niger, Madagascar and South Sudan, Christi Boyd nurtures mission initiatives that remedy the marginalization of women and children in their communities and society. PC(USA) missionaries since 1990, Jeff and Christi have served in Tanzania, Congo and Cameroon, and are now based again in Kinshasa, Congo.

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