Empowering vulnerable students in Cameroon

Collaboration leads

This Network collaboration is between Charlene Kwemo Yengue, Founder of Rising Hope Foundation Cameroon, and Alian Wolloh, Founder of Welfare Aid For The Future. Charlene is also a QCT Thematic Lead for Education and Employability.

QCT thematic area

Charlene and Alian’s collaborative work covers the areas of education and employability.

Operational countries

This collaboration focuses on school children in Cameroon, Central Africa.

Sustainable Development Goals covered

Goal 4: Quality education

Project description

Charlene and Alian are collaborating on an ongoing basis on a back-to-school project. Both of their organisations are providing educational supplies and food for vulnerable children at a school in Cameroon. Through this work, Alian and Charlene are empowering these children and enabling their learning.


Through Welfare Aid For The Future, Alain provided 25 school bags and notebooks, while Charlene provided 25 academic packs, along with food. These supplies were given to vulnerable children at Lycée de Ngousso Ngoulmekong, which is a partner school of Rising Hope Foundation Cameroon.

Future plans

Alain and Charlene intend to continue their collaboration and hope to reach 2,000 children in Cameroon via their back-to-school project.

Alian says:

“It was such an honour for Welfare Aid For The Future to contribute to Charlene’s work and to support her project to oversee the needs of the vulnerable students of Lycée de Ngousso Ngoulmekong.”

Charlene says:

“It was a true honour for Rising Hope Foundation Cameroon to deliver one of our most powerful actions this year, which was supporting vulnerable children of our partner school Lycée de Ngousso Ngoulmekong. We thank Welfare Aid For The Future and its founder Mr Alian Wolloh for his support.”