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HOIM works in partnership with local churches, ministries, and para-church organizations through mutually edifying partnerships. In particular, we presently work very closely with the following ministries in Cameroon:

Hope Services, Maternity & Clinic – Yaoundé – Cameroon

Founded and directed by Mrs. Esther Ndichafah, Hope Services (Hope House) is a Christian medical facility serving the sick, orphans, widows, prisoners and the poor in Cameroon. The staff includes doctors, nurses, technicians, spiritual counselors (pastors), etc who minister to the needs of the body, soul & spirit.

Cameroon Youths For Jesus (CYJ)

Founded by Dr. Victor Mbarika and currently directed by Asanga Fon, CYJ is one of the leading evangelistic ministries in Cameroon. The objectives of CYJ are rightly encapsulated in its mission statement: Proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ; Mobilising Youths for Christian Service.

HOTPEC Orphanage – Mile 16, Buea – Cameroon

The HOTPEC Orphanage was founded on and is headed by the Grace of God. It seeks to bring up both orphans and disabled children in the fear of the Lord, runs an academic institution with the aim of reaching children in the local community with the gospel, and sponsors adolescent orphans in vocational schools for the purpose of self-empowerment.

Please click
here for a video message from the Director of HOTPEC, Mrs. Beatrice Mugri, and here for a video of the HOTPEC Baby Unit.

Center for Biblical Studies (CBS) - Bamenda, Bafoussam - Cameroon

The Center for Biblical Studies is a non denominational Bible training institute that seeks to prepare church leaders for the work of the ministry, and strengthen the spiritual lives of attendees through in-depth study of God's word.

Helps International (HINT) - Buea, Cameroon

HINT is a Christian non-profit directed by Genesis Tinshu with the purpose of contributing to the social and economic well-being of the poor and less privileged. HINT's mission is to improve the social and economic well-being and health of the poor and less privileged in the communities in which it works through education, skills development and job creation.

HOIM partner Mrs. Esther Ndichafah of Hope Services ministers to a disabled child in the Yaounde area, Cameroon 2005