Under this program area, we build strategic partnerships with other major stake holders for food distribution to the over 600,000 vulnerable migrant population in Cameroon. The situation of these migrants is dehumanizing, precarious and critical. Added to this is the devastating effect of climate change and the ongoing crisis in the two Anglophone Regions of Cameroon which has also resulted to food shortages and insecurity.

REWAC would distribute emergency food and non-food items as well as food packages to these vulnerable migrants, to enable them withstand the immediate physical challenges of their new environment. Baskets of food shall include eggs, chicken, ground nut oils, cereals, margarine, sugar, powdered milk, rice, sardines, and sundry canned food.
We intend to distribute 50,000 of such food baskets within the next 24 months.

Non-food items would include but not limited to the provision of sleeping mattresses, gloves, hats, flash lights, jackets, second handed shoes and clothes, blankets, stoves, .sweaters etc .Female and baby support packages entails hygiene kits, detergents, hand soaps, baby wipes, shampoo, tooth brush, tooth paste , body rub, cleaning supplies and basic kitchen utensils, pots, cookers ,and cleaners.