Achievements

Our work so far has measured some impact through our achievements for over the last few years. These achievements include.

Agriculture: : SOHF in 2011 launched a research project on the improvement of local maize seeds which ended in 2013. These seeds usually take a period of five months to mature. The project brought about positive results. The new improved organic maize seeds now mature in three months time and resistant to pets and draught. It produces more curbs than the former variety.


We distributed these organic improved seeds to over 4000 underprivileged farmers in the four villages of the Tubah Sub-division.


“Local maize seeds improvement Project, Bambui”


Health and Social Welfare: In 2012 we opened a campaign project on HIV/AIDS pandemic, Diabetes and hypertension. Through this project we offered free screening through which we identified 350 infected vulnerable persons. We introduced care and preventive measures and equally trained some affected persons and also improved on the livelihoods. These beneficiaries are now able to manage situations for already infected persons and provide treatment. We also offer modest financial and material assistances to victims of these different illnesses and ailments.

“Health Campaign Project (HIV/AIDS pandemic, Diabetes and hypertension screening and detection), Bambui”


In 2014 we networked with other organizations like Practical Portable Education Preparation, PPEP Inc (www.ppep.org) and The Tree of Live, TOL Foundation all in Arizona USA (www.treeoflifefoundation.org) to carry out a research program on the impact of organically cultivated vegetables and fruits on human health. The fruits (green juice) of this research were quite effective in the treatment of diabetes and related heart diseases.

“Green Juice Production Training”


Education and Capacity Building:Through our investigations from early 2014 we were able to identify over 1300 vulnerable children and youths with very little or no access to education and training in the four communities in which we currently operate. 50% of these children and young people are orphans while 20% are single parents underprivileged children. In July, 2014 we initiated our UPETCP from where 260 out of the 1300 of these children and youths identified so far have been benefiting. All could not be help because limited financial and material resources.


“Underprivileged Professional Education and Training Challenge Program (UPETCP), Tubah and Bafut”.