Refugees Welfare Association Cameroon
What We Need
The Refugee Welfare Association (REWAC) is an indigenous, non profit organization registered under Cameroon law in the year 2009. It has as a mandate the protection, promotion and the enforcement of the rights of refugees, migrants, asylum seekers and IDPs as enshrined in International Law to which Cameroon is a Signatory.
According to the UN Refugee Agency, Cameroon hosts over 200,000 refugees and asylum seekers from 26 countries. The challenge in realizing their rights cannot be left in the hands of the Cameroon government alone or to the UN Refugee Agency.
Indigenous initiatives like REWAC are indispensable to complement efforts made by other international development partners and governments to address the challenges posed by these group of vulnerable persons.
We need to raise the necessary funds to sustain an efficient and effective level of operations for our activities. Therefore, our key goals are the development of a strong advocacy campaign as well as a marketing and fund raising strategy for the organization.
Furthermore,we also require a team of experienced volunteers to ope-rationalize the organization's plan of action for the next five years.
When & Who
What we Provide
A secured three room fenced self contained guest house with warm water and a guard
Varied dishes to serve for break fast, lunch and dinner on a daily basis plus tea/ coffee
-Registration/Reservation $ 500 USD
- Program fee $1000 USD
- Administration $ 1000 USD
- Donation $2000 USD
-Accommodation :$400 USD/Month
-Meals :$200 USD/Month
More Services we Offer
These services are self explanatory. They are part of our fees, at no extra charges.
Other Ways to support us
Lap tops, printers, projectors, desk top computers, tablets, scanners, cameras, smart phones, video recording equipment, TV sets and other modern office equipment
Additional Info about Us
-Administration: Manages the day to day affairs of the organization
-Fundraiser: Designs and delivers all fund raising strategies and actions
-Web Master: Uses social media to market and make the organization more visible world wide
-Communication Officer: Designs well tailored messages for donors and other partners like the media
-Community engagement Officer: Undertake actions to engage the general public in the organization's activities
All volunteers will be accommodated and provided with daily meals. For visa concerns, it depends on the country of origin of the volunteer. Check via Google on the Website of either your Ministry of Foreign Affairs or that of Cameroon to find out entry conditions. There is NO work permit required to serve as a volunteer in Cameroon. A staff of our organization will be at the airport for pickups and departure assistance.
Promoting, protecting and enforcing the rights of refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced persons(IDPs) as enshrined in International law.