Child Aid Cameroon (CADFIN)
CADFIN is a Community Based Child Centered Organization founded in 2007 for the benefit of the economically and socially disadvantage rural children.
Child Aid Development Foundation International (CADFIN) is a non-governmental Community Based Child Centered Organization (CBO) founded in the year 2007 for the benefit of the economically and socially disadvantage rural children, youth and women. It was officially registered on 30th July 2009 in Yaoundé, Cameroon. Over the past years, we have worked to identify and meet the needs and aspirations of the rural poor through participatory approaches in awareness raising, community health care, environment protection, HIV/AIDS awareness and income generation activities in 5 villages of Santa Sub-Division, North West Region of Cameroon.
“CADFIN envision a society where children and their families enjoy their basic rights like, education, health care services and the basic rights of equal gender.”
The Mission of Child Aid Development Foundation International is to reduce poverty in Cameroon through the creation of supportive environments for the development of disadvantaged children, youth and their families to become self-sufficient through education, health, food security and environment programs.
We work to create a supportive environment for the development of disadvantage children. CADFIN works with communities to establish a comprehensive, child-focused development approach that gives community members the education, skills and opportunity to lift themselves out of poverty. Our programmes are designed to meet the basic needs of the community and eliminate the obstacles preventing children from accessing education and health.