Milat Orphanage Support Initiative

Milat Orphanage Support Initiative

In underprivileged communities in Cameroon and many other parts of the world, children under parental care go to bed hungry. In the same communities we find those children who are orphans and with even greater plights compared to their peers. They have no food to eat, no clothes to wear, no access to basic health care, no access to education and so on. At the Milat Foundation we believe that it is a moral responsibility to show love and concern for such children by offering them a helping hand when ever we can. No matter how small our support is to an orphan child, we are changing a life.

Food and Clothing Drives:

We Feed Orphans! We Cloth Orphans!

Food and Clothing are some of the very basic necessities of life. But there are those children out there who are not only born into extreme poverty and so cannot afford a meal a day or clothes to wear, but have also lost their parents due to sickness or some other unfortunate circumstances. Life for these children have become so deplorable such that in the absence of a helping hand, they end up in the prisons, trafficked or abducted. At the Milat Foundation we believe that we do not have to be rich to help these deprived children.

Improving the lives of orphans and children from highly impoverished families is a mission we take so seriously. One of our goals is to ensure that deprived children who constitute the most vulnerable and at-risk groups in marginalized local communities are safe and have their basic needs taken care of. We feed and cloth orphans and other deprived children living in extreme poverty.

Want them have something to EAT or WEAR?

Here at the Milat Foundation, we believe that when it comes to Child Hunger, no one should be left behind, and that in order to end Child Hunger we have to open our hearts.

With your generous donations in any form, you have the capacity to help us in our endeavor of Food and Clothing Drives. Contact us at: or telephone number +4553348558, +237674190810