We promote peace and foster dialogue
Our work aims to break the cycle of violence and create a climate in which peace becomes possible.
We assist in the resettlement of people who were forced out their communities by the ongoing conflict.
CPI promotes the respect and acknowledgement of the human, civil and legal rights of all.
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The Cameroon Conflict by the Numbers
The conflict in Cameroon has exacted a heavy toll on civilian populations, including the most vulnerable. A few worrisome data pointers:
4,000 civilians killed (Source: AFP)
765,000 people have been displaced (Source: Crisis Group)
800,000 children out of school (Source: Crisis Group)
4.4 million people in crisis (Source: WFP)
Our Leadership Team
We, Cameroonians in the Diaspora, decided to join our brothers and sisters in Cameroon and across the globe in finding a peaceful solution to the current crisis in our country. We encourage every Cameroonian to work for peace.
Dr. Chienku Constantine
Dr Onga Nana
Founder & Chair
Mr Eric Chinje
A Registered Charity
Cameroon Peace Initiative (CPI) is an organization registered in the Commonwealth of Virginia, USA. CPI was granted a 501 (c) 3 status by the Internal Revenue Service. CPI abides to all applicable regulations and guidelines pertaining to organization under 501 (c) 3. CPI may organize fundraising events and receive donations.