Tony Enow has 16 years of experience in the education accounting and management in Cameroon including 8 years as a Philantropist. Prior to joining CMHF he worked in the projects Managing Village developmental projects like clean water and Palm production pools.
Community Liaison Officer For Healthfares
Hilda Milota joined CMHF Missions in January 2016 after obtaining her advanced diploma in community development at the Continuing Education Centre. Hilda is responsible for the oversight of projects under the banner of Women and Child Survival and Development and she currently focuses her time on working with the Missions and Healthfares
Christopher Debonge joined CMHF Missions in June 2017 to oversee the agricultural projects and Programs of assist with the other non-profit organizations. He has a diploma in English. He has experience managing previous field work with World Relief programs
Women's Ministries & Community Leaders
Esther Takang has been associated with CMHF Missions and has supported the work of the Project coordinator since it began in 2014. She joined the team more formally in January 2016 to assist part-time with the women’s department and outreach to community leaders in Cameroon. Esther has previously worked with the Non-denominational Associations in Cameroon in the capacity of women’s ministries from 2009 and been a valuable member of their chief’s ministry team since 2009.
Women's Affairs Coordinator
Enida Enyumo joined CMHF in March 2015 to assist with the women community Leader In addition, she plays an active role in supporting the micro-enterprise work of CMHF
Missions. She has previously worked with New Life for All, a Christian organisation involved in women’s ministries and Clinical Counselling for basic tests such (i)HIV Rapid tests, STD tests, & Cervical cancer tests along side High blood pressure, diabetes & pregnancy tests. Enida is also an active member of her local church involved primarily with the women’s health issues.
Ernest Juma has been with CMHF Missions since February 2018 and oversees much of the work that goes on behind the scenes. He has a secretarial qualification from Ombe Technical College and has also studied Information technology from the school of Analysis and Design at Eco-tel Business College. He is currently studying accountancy on a part-time basis.
Sister Helen Diyla Is a Staff Practical Nurse by profession at St. John of God's Hospital(Catholic) for the Dioces of Mamfe. She saw patients, Managed the Lab and Helped with Medication Distribution. She was also responsible for the "Stay Healthy" Outreach Program in the Mamfe Central Community. She assisted in the Management of all the Medical donations that we receive from e-Meditech, which at the time was our biggest donor of Pharmaceatical and Medical supplies. Today She coordinates Medical Donations from USAIDA to Christian Medical Help Foundation. She Recently travelled to the United State, and is stationed at the convent at the Dioces of Columbus Ohio. She wcontinue to assist us with directions and advice from above so we can better serve our most desperate and needy people . She has promised us to occasionally visit our medical facilitiies sites in Cameroon to review needs, compliance and performance with the Medical Aid we get from abroad(USAIDA). Sister Helen has been and continue to be our major source of hope.