Nairobi, 12 January, 2023 / 9:30 pm (ACI Africa).
Harambee Africa International (HAI), a Rome-based Catholic development agency, is rallying for funds to support projects in select African countries.
The countries in which the development agency will be implementing various projects to support vulnerable families are Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
In a Tuesday, January 10 report, HAI has announced that the six projects selected by the development agency’s committee for 2023 are all promoted by experienced African entities working in the field of education and training to facilitate access to work for the most fragile and thus better living conditions in particularly difficult contexts.
“Starting today, anyone who wishes to donate will be able to contribute, together with Harambee, to ensuring better opportunities for many young people and families in Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, and DR Congo,” HAI says in the report.
In Cameroon, the development agency plans to support three projects. In Mogong, in the far northern region of Cameroon, Action Monde Pour Tous is proposing a training course for 100 young women.