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The International Consulting Aid Network (ICAN) offers two houses to needy families

Updated: Nov 21, 2020

The American humanitarian organization, the International Consulting Aid Network (ICAN), has offered on the 5th April 2016, two houses to underprivileged families in the quarters of Ngwainkuna and Meli in the northwest of Cameroon.

The two constructed houses, including each one of three bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, a terrace, and two toilets, were given to the two families in front of many guests and interested people from different communities.

These two houses costing CFA 9,000,000 ($15,000), was financed by the International Consulting Aid Network housing trust Fund and given to the needy families by its principal promoter, Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit.

The organization (ICAN) and its president, through this gesture, strengthen its humanitarian position with many social works and philanthropic actions in many African countries such as Cameroon, Gabon, Senegal, Equatorial Guinea, Togo, Benin, and Haiti.

Speaking on this occasion, Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit emphasized that “this gesture of giving new houses to these needy families, first expresses his permanent organization commitments to support underprivileged people to have a decent place to live and have a better life quality.”

He then added that “Caring for the poor and needy people and helping them is a noble endeavor everyone should embrace. The more you give to the poor and needy people, the more you strengthen their dependency. If you give them the chance or opportunity, you’ll see an effective and long-lasting improvement in their lives.”

Filled with joys, “the selected underprivileged families did not have enough words to thank Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit and his organization (ICAN) for these generous and praiseworthy acts.”

Then “asked other people to follow this example as many underprivileged families, including poor widows and orphans, are still abandoned and living on the street without the resources after their husband’s deaths.”

Created in Birmingham, Alabama (USA), by its founding President Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit, the organization (ICAN) dedicates itself to activities aiming to help poor people and improve their living conditions. So, having as its code of honor, social issues.

Tutuo Bih Ndah for Bamenda New Watch Reporter. Bamenda, NW Cameroon

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