Our root date back to 2016, our infancy is a “faith-based”one. Our vision bearer Ebua Jarvis Ebua was assigned as the parish assistant and manager of schools for St Agnas Parish Mbesa, located at Belo subdivision in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. This place happens to be in the suburbs of the countryside. There, He was overly concerned with the pains of the people a place plagued by several intertribal wars, poverty and misery, yet with a happy and energetic inhabitants.
Attached to the catholic schools, he noticed a number of pupils without basic needs. Like school uniform, cloths, shoes, writing materials who couldn’t afford fees. Being overly concern he decided to meet the parent of the pupils in question, just to realize most of their parents were off late with most of their dead link to the intertribal war. Caught up by such a situation he had to do something to help the pupils. With this he had to sacrifice his allowances to help them which was not enough. He involved his family, his uncle, supported him a great deal with some of his neighbors at Up Station Bamenda achieve his vision of helping the kids.. With this he could take care of them. Later on the help was extended to others. It became customary for him to by beg fairly used cloths and shoes from his neighbors in Town then transported to the village for distribution. He prioritized the needs of girls like breast – wares.
A barbering saloon was equally set up in the mission compound. With this a family was born a humanitarian organization. With time He started engaging the young people in community volunteerism, they started clearing garbage from gutters, to maintain the local roads. This initiative was welcomed by the community, and was extending to other spheres like the planting of trees and flowers in public places. These activities became part of the daily lives of the people of Mbesa. Back at Up Station Bamenda after the completion of his mission to Mbesa Parish. he had a new challenge at Up Station numerous complaint from parents concerning the teenage who spent days at commercial avenue Bamenda in gambling houses. The founder equally became concern with this by checking them out and convincing them to go home.