Goodness and Mercy Missions (GMM) was founded in late 2007 by Teh Francis Yai as a non-profit organization aimed at impacting communities in Cameroon. GMM was formed because there was a great demand for the community’s needs. We discovered that rural communities in Cameroon continue to suffer not so much because of the economic situation of the country but because of the lack of initiatives for individuals to help themselves and come out of their predicament. GMM activities are mainly carried out in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon, the Anglophone areas.


GMM works in partnerships with representative organizations to help the rural poor and empower the community with tools which they can develop to sustain their livelihood.


Our greatest desire is to see rural communities and others have the needed tools and means for a sustainable livelihood.


Founder and Director: Teh Francis Yai

Finance Secretary and Child Sponsorship and Children with Disabilities Coordinator: Ayeah Conscience.

Field Workers and other services: Chia Ephesians, Binde Charity

IT Program: Ayeah Conscience, Adela Fien M.

Women Projects and Group Coordinators: Nges A. Nabain, Abel Gobti, Njuakom Kenneth

Volunteers:  International Volunteers, UN Online Volunteers

Community-based Volunteers: Leaders of Various community groups under GMM Sponsorship.

Driver: Pilate YUh


GMM became finalist and winner at The World Bank Cameroon Development Market Place in 2011 and ranked one of the best after the final implementation in 2013 s the 15 organizations showcased their successes at the Hilton Hotel in Yaounde. Initially there were 260 organizations for the contest

The World Bank has rewarded Goodness and Mercy Missions with a Certificate of Recognition and a recommendation letter. In 2011, the GMM Online Volunteer, Akanksha Shukla, from India was one of the winners of the United Nations Online Volunteering Awards. GMM was fourth among the 10 winners.
In 2014, GMM has been selected to be Country Partner for the Global Youth Service Day celebrations in Cameroon taking place from 11-13 April 2014.
As of 2017, Goodness and Mercy Missions is in Special Consultative Status with the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).