The Forest Children of Africa visited the Bamenda Regional Hospital to donate/plant trees,sing ,pray,show love and give a message of hope to the sick.
Jato Sonita writes 👇
We donated and planted trees, visited and sang for children and adults at the paediatric and accident wards, donated some items to them and offered dust bins for the collection of plastic wastes to the hospital administration.
Our hope is that these eco-friendly umbrella trees(Terminalia Mantaly) grow to provide more oxygen to patients, provide shelter ,beautify the hospital environment and add more water to the soil and most importantly help in solving the problem of CLIMATE CHANGE.
We wish to thank the Bamenda Regional Hospital administration for the warm welcome and amazing collaboration. We are glad they promised to take good care of the trees .
We are very grateful to Youth Outreach Programme Cameroon for partnering with us to realize this impactful activity in our community. We’ve never felt such a wonderful push before.
We are also grateful to our mentors and technical crew, supporters, fans etc that showed up for us to put smiles on the faces of the sick and carry out this great activity that is destined to save our planet against Climate Change.