Help us Send a Kid to School

It has been 9 years since Goodness and Mercy Missions started identifying underprivileged children in Cameroon and helping them to have access with a hassle free education. It has been a story of success all these years. We are proud of those children who made it beyond the primary, secondary and tertiary school levels. This work would not have been possible without assistance from partners, volunteers and sponsors around the world. This week is the beginning of another Read more…

Part 2: Question and Answer with Teh Francis Y.

What kind of businesses do women in the community want to have? They want to do retail trading of various articles and commodities, buying food crops from farmers and selling at the local market, learning a life skill trade like sewing, handcrafting, hairdressing and producing powdered detergent. They also want to rent large farm lands to cultivate beans, potatoes, maize, cassava and peanuts for commercial purposes. What about for men, aside from the plantation what are their means Read more…

Part 1: Question and Answer with Teh Francis Y.

What is the most immediate need do you have that needs more priority? The most important need for the organizations sponsorship for those children in our sponsorship program whose sponsors’ money could not meet all their needs and who for one reason or the other the sponsors were to help them for only a short period of time.  These children have not yet complete school and it is our commitment that they reach a certain level in Read more…

Meet Some of Our Mentors, and Volunteers

Natalie Runyon is a missionary from Ohio, America who became a co-founder of GMM.  She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication as well as a Pastoral Degree from World Harvest Bible College.  She and her husband, Ron, are passionate about empowering the people of Cameroon so that they can improve the quality of their lives.   Tom and Michelle Jordan were at the Goodness and Mercy Missions at Belo, Cameroon. They will volunteer for 2 months. They Read more…

GMM is for Women Empowerment

          GMM wants to empower women so that they can able to do something to support themselves and their family. This is combating poverty in homes. In the Kom culture women depend just too much on men and if the husband is irresponsible the wife and children are bound to suffer. If the man is negligent about sending the children to school women fold their arms and nothing is done to Read more…

Construction of a Primary School in Jinkfuin

    Goodness and Mercy Missions, a registered non-profit organization with the government of Cameroon, has successfully raised the funds necessary to construct two semi-permanent classrooms for the children of Jinkfuin. Four additional classrooms are operating out of rented rooms. For this portion of our project, our goal is to complete the addition of 4 classrooms to the existing school.

Goodness and Mercy Missions Annual Report for 2016

Goodness and Mercy Missions Projects and Programs Overview. Details in document link below: Background……………………………..……………………… 3 Awards and Recognition……………………….………….. 4 Current Projects …………………………………..…………. 5 Child Sponsorship Program……………….………………5 Women Economic Empowerment Project.………….5 Computer Training Program…………..…………………6 Library in Belo…………………………………….……………7 Vocational Training Programs……………………………7 Support and Personnel: …..……………………………….8 Service of Volunteers……………………………………….8 Other Activities………………………………………………..8 Current Developments: ……………………………….…..9 Areas of Improvement………………………………….…..9 Potential sources of future funding……………….…..9 Goodness and Mercy Annual Report 2016  

The Journey Goes on…

Goodness and Mercy Missions was founded in 2007 by Teh Francis as a non profit making organization providing tools for the less privileged for a sustainable livelihood. With the help of partners all of the world more than 1000 children have received sponsorship directly or indirectly and 100s of women empowered economically amidst other interventions in the community. There is a research library for the community in Belo, Cameroon and a computer training centre for Read more…