The Carlton Smile Charity foundation in partnership with MotherLand Empire and her front rapper and singer Stanley Enow this past weekend visited some Internally Displaced persons (IDPs) in the Mabanda area of Douala.
The event which took place at Mount Zion Bilingual Nursery and Primary School Mabanda Douala on Saturday September 21st 2019 saw THIRTY (30) Internally Displaced Children who had started school meet their donors including Stanley Enow, the Motherland team, The Carlton Smile Foundation, Cameroonian artist, Janea Pol’Anrhy and others also receive further assistance and support.
The lucky recipients of their goodwill were to be 3 Upper Sixth Students, 2 Form one students Orphans and 25 pupils from Classes 4-6. The 3 Upper Sixth students were registered with fees worth 120 000F CFA per student at INSET Bonaberi Rail; the 2 Form and form 1 students had their fees of 90 000 F CFA, while the Primary School children had their fees of 50 00F CFA each paid in Six different Primary schools across Bonaberi. The recipients also received school bags loaded with accessories, foodstuff and medical supplies.
This Act of Charity from the Carlton Smile Charity Foundation and these celebrities reveals their unique love for families and children who have been displaced due to the current “Anglophone Crisis”.
Just like the Carlton Smile Charity Foundation, any other person out there can also bless an IDP family, by helping their children back to school.
Content credit to this article goes to Cameroonian blogger and social activist, Henriette Thatcher who coordinated the event.
She expressed joy and gratitude as she made a Facebook post after seeing her dreams of having as many children from the war zone go back to school come through.