Hope for Cameroon is a volunteer NGO based in Montreal (Canada), founded by Sonia Buma. Our goal is to help improve the living conditions of internally displaced persons (IDPs) affected by the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon. Watch the following video to understand our purpose.


Cameroon is a country in Central Africa with a population of approximately 25 million inhabitants. It is bounded on the East by Central Africa Republic, on the West by Nigeria, on the North by Chad, and on the South by Congo, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. It has a vast geographical and cultural diversity with over 240 different ethnic groups, which earns its name as “Africa in miniature” or “All Africa in one country”.

Like Canada, Cameroon has two main official languages – English and French. The country is divided into 10 regions, 8 of which are French speaking, while 2 are English speaking. Cameroon has two major capital cities – Yaoundé (Political Capital) and Douala (economic capital) Like Canada, Cameroon has two official languages – French and English.

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