USA Independence Day celebration: The American Humanitarian Org. assisting the Underprivileged
Updated: Dec 13, 2020
The Humanitarian Organization has assisted the Underprivileged and People living with HIV/AIDS in the villages of Mbissi and Ngwainkuna, NW, Cameroon.
The economic strengthening program for disadvantaged and residents with HIV/AIDS initiated five years ago by Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit has provided financial aid and food assistance to peoples living in the villages of Mbissi and Ngwainkuna, NW, Cameroon on Saturday, June 28th, 2015.
The financial aid and food assistance comprised $500, medicines, clothes for children and their mothers, 100 kilos of rice, 10 boxes of palm oil, 2 buckets of corn, 2 buckets of beans, 2 bags of onion, 2 cartoons of Maggi, 2 boxes of sugar, 2 boxes of salt, 2 bottles of bleach, 2 boxes of soap, and 2 bags of dry fish.
Mrs. Ngam Lyduna Ludwine, a representative of the underprivileged and people living with HIV/AIDS, expressed gratitude to Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit for his constant support to poor people.
On behalf of all the village, “she expressed gratitude for this action and hoping that the ICAN organization will continue to support the underprivileged of those villages and make sure they have access to health care and food assistance.”
She added by saying, “You have made access to care and food in those communities easier for many underprivileged families.” “You are a good doctor and Man with a big heart.”
In his remarks, Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit “reiterated the commitment of his humanitarian organization, to assist underprivileged families in all Africa countries and especially here in Cameroon.”
He said that “this financial and food aid will help those in need to feed their children and provide necessary things that were missing most because of the lack of incomes.”
But mainly “advised the underprivileged families to get together and present sustainable projects to the ICAN organization which could be financed.”
He added that “the primary aim of his organization via this program was to build the spirit of people sustainability, which will contribute to their self-assistance.”
As a rappel, the American humanitarian organization, the International Consulting Aid Network (ICAN), was created in the year 1993 by Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit and has provided expertise in (Education, Health, the supply of medical equipment, medical training, and workshop), and made several donations to several Africa countries such as; Cameroon, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Senegal, and Ivory Coast.
Eric Denkota from the regional press release Fundong, NW Cameroon June 28th, 2015.