Enterprise Development & Governance Facility
Promoting local living economies and supporting indigenous communities.
Enterprise Development & Governance Facility (EDGF) created in 2009, is a community based charitable civil society organization.
EDGF's core values are:
VISION: Social Justice; Love, Peace and Equal Opportunity for all
MISSION: Promotion of Human Dignity, the Family, Gender and Wealth Equality, and Sustainable Community Development Strategies;
AIMS: Empowering the vulnerable poor for self- reliance, group and community development.
EDGF is Promoting local living economies and supporting indigenous communities.
Based in the North West Region of Cameroon, with its head quarter in the regional capital city of Bamenda, EDGF is working to promote local living economies and to alleviate deprivation and poverty, thereby supporting and empowering people and their communities. EDGF Remain Focused on its Most Important Goal: To Eliminate Disadvantages and Enable Success and Self-Reliance.
To promote our dream your Donations will support us to provide;
(1) self-help skills training to single mothers, and school dropouts,
(2)pay school fees for children not attending school,
(3) small business training for the poor,
(4) assistance to internally displaced persons,
(5) provide safe drinking water to water poor communities,
(6) improved farming systems of indigenous people. We look forward to your kindness and solidarity for needy humanitarian services.
We empower the vulnerable poor for a Common Hope and Future thereby strengthening fragile communities.
CHARITY IS A HUMAN DIGNITY ENRICHMENT LEGACY We can do it!
For a common future for everyone, together let's empower the underprivileged in the crisis impacted North West Region of Cameroon.
For EDGF's track records on our field program activities please visit our website photo album re: https://www.flickr.com/photos/76650892@N05/
OUR WORK ENVIRONMENT
We work in Mezam, Bui and Boyo divisions of the North West Region of Cameroon, one of the two English speaking regions where socio socio political crisis has impacted heavily resulting in displacing 900,000 persons, now living in the urban cities and other regions, with 80,000 others displaced as refugees in nine camps in the neighboring Nigeria.
From 2016 upwards schools were closed resulting in school dropouts of 800,000 children, age 3 to 18 years, and 4,000 dead: Re: https://www.crisisgroup.org/africa/central-africa/cameroon/250-cameroons-anglophone-crisis-crossroads
Despite the harsh socio political environments we strive to serve the most needy, marginalized unserved peoples in their communities.