Healthcare & Cemetery Project
Central Africa's Muslim Refugees in Cameroon
Accessible Healthcare Centers and Cemeteries
A fatal problem that the refugees are facing improper healthcare services. The refugees simply can not afford regular hospitals due to their lack of income and extreme poverty. Therefore, if someone is sick, he or she simply stays home and dies because they don’t have access to medical attention.
Once the refugee dies, they face another challenge: the lack of adequate cemeteries. They cannot use other cemeteries designated for the local Cameroonians, either because it is a Christian cemetery or because it is not free, and they cannot afford it due to extreme poverty.
Medical care is a bigger problem. We suggest building a few clinics in several refugee housing areas. We have located a property in the city of Bertoua for sale Inshaa’Allaah. We would like to buy this property and use it to build the first clinic for refugees Inshaa’Allaah.
Main Goal: Build seven clinics like this one. One clinic for each major refugee camp or village in Cameroon.
As far as the burial is concerned, we suggest buying empty property in every area for cemetery purposes. This plan has already been implemented in one refugee area in the city of Bertoua, in eastern Cameroon by a Muslim brother living in Iowa, USA. He bought a two-acre land to be used as a cemetery for the refugees living in the city of Bertoua, so the cemetery issue got sorted in that area.
We need to do the same for Muslim refugees leaving in the Yokaduma refugee camp. There is a 5-acre land for sale that is not far from the camp.
Build the first clinic for refugees Inshaa’Allaah. The cost of this 1,200 square meter property is $7,000 US Dollars
5-acre cemetery land for refugees in Yokaduma refugee camp. The cost for this land is 2,000000 CFA = $3,422 US Dollars