In order to sensitize the public on addiction it is crucial to focus on creating the awareness about substance use disorders, impact and their available treatment To understand addiction sensitisation we first understand what substance use disorders is all about and what impact it has on people, physically, mentally and socially Explain difference between substance use, abuse and addiction Also understand effects of addiction, it’s negative effects on individuals families, public, work place, community Address stigma associated with and the impact it has on seeking help Consider treatments options, provide information on treatment modalities, discuss the roles of psychotherapy, counseling, medication assisted treatment We also know that there must be community engagement in order to raise awareness on the issue which is menace today to public life, and also collaboration with schools and even to a lesser extent churches There must be advocacy and support from communities government, individuals and even volunteers Also engagement in trraining and capacity building of personnel who would engaged in this kind of programmes.

Who we are

Humanitarian Assistance International Cameroon(HAICAM) is a charitable organization dedicated to empowering widows, provide for the needy, the old, IDPs and make a difference to the lives of children. Our goal is a loving family for every child and the end of the need for orphanages, old people, widows, IDPs. We believe that together, we can change the way we care for children and help to get them into stable, loving, nurturing environments. 

Humanitarian Assistance International Cameroon distribution of food to an orphanage.

Distribution of hand sanitizer and  masks and educating the local population on the measures to avoid the Covid-19 pandemic

Our visit to IDPs

In 2016, million of people were internally displaced due to armed conflict, generalized violence or human rights violations, according to the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC).

IDPs stay within their own country and remain under the protection of its government, even if that government is the reason for their displacement. They often move to areas where it is difficult for us to deliver humanitarian assistance and as a result, these people are among the most vulnerable in the world.

HAICAM exists to protect and assist everyone who has been affected by forced displacement, including IDPs. We assume a coordination and operational delivery role in IDP situations to ensure protection is central to our work in order to prevent further displacement. We also provide life-saving assistance and work to identify solutions for displaced communities.

We strive to ensure that everyone has the right to seek asylum and find safe refuge in another city, with the option to eventually return home, integrate, or resettle.

During times of displacement, we provide critical emergency assistance in the form of, household goods and sometimes food. We also arrange transport and assistance packages for people who return home, and income-generating projects for those who resettle. Our help transforms broken lives.

Make a Sad widow Happy.

Your journey is unique; your loss so very personal. HAICAM is here to be a supportive community for widows, orphanages, needy, IDPs, etc. We work hard to help millions of people all over the world rebuild broken lives. 




Refugees In Nigeria

HAICAM is working closely with the Nigerian authorities to ensure that refugees are able to access shelter and basic services. Together we are supporting both refugees and their hosts given pressing humanitarian needs and to ensure there is no strain on local communities given their modest resources. Read more…

Internally Displaced persons (IDPs) and Agriculture as a way forward

HAICAM exists to assist everyone who has been affected by forced displacement, including IDPs. These IDPs are based in urban or rural areas. Our support doesn’t end at giving them food, shelter but also help them cultivate their own crops. Read more…


Ndifor julius

International Diploma In Health And Safety


AAkum BelindA tidding

BSC. Sociology and anthropology.


Rev. father remond essoka
spiritual director

Affiliate of the pontifical urban university Italy Rome

field worker

BSC Zoology university of Dschang