About us

HOVO (Hope for Vulnerables and Orphans) is an NGO based in Tiko, Cameroon. Since 2014, HOVO has been an active advocate for the health and wellbeing of orphans and vulnerable children, particularly, women and girls.

Women's Vocational Center

Our Women's Vocational Center in Tiko is a one of a kind center for women. We provide trainings on reproductive health, puberty development, life skills, and enterprise development. Read more..

Gender Clubs

Our successful gender club model has been implemented throughout Cameroon and is a recognized approach to reduce the number of out of school adolescents in the Sub Sahara. Our newest club has been initiated in Uganda. We welcome Good Shepherd School to our family of Gender Clubs.

About our Director

Ms. Parchibell Feka founded HOVO in 2014 to empower vulnerable girls and orphans in Cameroon. Her initiative and drive has helped countless girls to develop their self confidence and esteem. As a credentialed English Language educator, she carries her teaching skills out to remote areas throughout the Central, Northwest and Southwest regions.

Ms. Feka continues to bring hope to girls and women that were previously resigned to a life of misery and poverty. Her efforts in teaching about reproductive health, feminine hygiene management, distribution of washable sanitary pads and their production has been very well received by girls and women alike.

 

 

Distributing washable sanitary pads at the labor camps

Parchibell FekaParchibell Feka, CEO of HOVO.